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Jodi M. Walsh
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/7/2007
 

Software for Noise Removal


Any recommendations for good noise removal software? I've used Topaz Denoise but not sure if there's anything better. Thanks.


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6/6/2010 7:41:56 PM

 
Carolyn  M. Fletcher
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  I like Imagenomic's Noiseware Community Edition...and it's free!


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6/7/2010 3:45:28 AM

 
Ken Smith
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  Noise Ninja is another popular one.


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6/7/2010 3:52:44 AM

 
Jodi M. Walsh
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/7/2007
  thank you, I'll check them out


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6/7/2010 5:41:10 PM

 
R K Stephenson
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  Topaz (http://www.topazlabs.com/denoise/) announced an update to Topaz Noise last month.


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6/7/2010 5:42:40 PM

 
Eloise & Eugene Gregory
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  Neat Image is also good.


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6/8/2010 7:44:08 AM

 
MICHAEL ROSE
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/27/2008
  I've had Lightroom 2.7 for a while, and Adobe just came out with the 3.0 version, which includes remarkable noise reduction within the software package. I've seen the before and after on a few images, and it's really amazing.

Happy shooting!

Michael


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6/9/2010 4:49:49 AM

 
Tim Dalton   Most programs are available for free for a month or so. Download several & compare. That's how I choose my program.


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6/9/2010 12:41:36 PM

 
Ken De Pree
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  I tried several and chose Noise Ninja. I am very pleased with it. I started with the free Imagenomic's Noiseware Community Edition that Carolyn F uses, but the maximum quality you can save at is 90%. I like Noise Ninja better, and am willing to pay and save at 100%


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6/11/2010 3:20:13 PM

 
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