Not sure how many years over 15 in my case. First install Suse was bought at PC World in a box. Changed over to it fully not long after. I work in electronics and software on ecu’s so had to use MS at work. Software on a PC though - no way. I did some years ago but fell well behind.
I’ll get to the deconvolution at some point. I’ve found it’s best to spend some time on each feature and some shots are more suitable for some of them. Things I do on this site are often just for curiosity or if some one has a problem maybe a suggestion that may help them get round it.
Out of curiosity I tried fotoxx on it straight from RT hardly anything done. Just room at each end of the histogram. Fotoxx showed the same muddly deconvolution when exported but sharpening behaved as it should. It took a lot at a 5 rad to clean up. Another rad may be more suitable. Did something else too.
I process the water 1st. Bit of flatten and low contrast tone map trying to make more use of the reflection - not on really. Inverted the selection and similar on the other half but the usual tone map. Removed washing line, probably should have done a bit of spot cloning too. Reduced partially. Normal levels of sharpening, contrast curve adjustment. Final size and then tried one of the alternate sharpens and decided to stick with that.
Cloud loss is mostly down to using highlight compression badly in RT.
I’d do more if it was my finished image. Interesting camera you have used. They all vary. I bought a Canon 80D recently mostly for macro work. I generally use Oly M 4/3. I’m having problems getting what I want out the 80D so need to revise some of the steps I take. Why oh why didn’t Oly do a macro lens with a sensible focal length. Previous canon’s haven’t been a problem.
DT - I generally do load it up and have a look every few years.
The result looks too gritty to me.