Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Neocane, Aug 20, 2010.
Could you guys suggest what software would be best for noise reduction in hi ISO shots? Thanks!
Imagenomics - Noiseware Pro www.imagenomic.com
Topaz Labs - DeNoise www.topazlabs.com
Noise Ninja Noise Ninja: The gold standard for image noise reduction
Yeah. If you're working with Photoshop, use that.
The noise reduction in ACR 6.x is definitely better than it was in 5.x.
So Neocane, what image editing software do you use?
I have been using Topaz labs as a PS and Aperture plugin and have stuck with them because they have provided 3 free updates in 2 years of owning the app. I have read that Noise Ninja is also a very good plug in for PS.
I use Noiseware Pro (there is a free trial available, I believe).
I also use a combination of CS5 and Genuine Fractals 6.0 with Noel Carboni's action:
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I'm still trying to decide which I prefer.
Currently using a trial of Photoshop. Thanks for all the suggestions folks!
"NeatVideo" is a really great plugin for video noise, it also works on photos too.
Yep. Just google Noiseware Community Edition. It's free forever.
This is a winner. Its a plugin for Photoshop and provides excellent results. I've got a 50D and anything over ISO800 makes me cringe when I open it full size on my computer, so this was a godsend. Price is steep so consider your options
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