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  1. In order to remove some noise in the sky of an image I have nested a noise reduction live filter in its pixel layer. In this screen shot, the position of the Noise Reduction live filter is clear underneath the Dehazed Background pixel layer, but it has been unchecked to show the luminance noise in the sky. After checking it and setting Luminance to 25%, the sky is still splotchy, the noise having been reduced but not completely eliminated: When, without modifying any settings in the Noise Reduction live filter I move it to the position shown in the following screen shot, the luminance noise disappears: What is the significance of the "half-child" position in that screen shot? Why is the live filter in this position so much more effective than as a sibling of the other child layers? Thanks
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