Noiseware

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Noiseware

I had to shoot at really high ISOs with my 70-200 on Sunday. I think it handled the noise pretty well, but I think I still should run my photos through some sort of noiseware. I have Neat Image, but I'm annoyed and don't use it because I have to go outside of photoshop and run. Any good suggetions on a plugin noiseware for photoshop?

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Way back sometime last year, Gwen & a few others recommended Imagenomic's Noiseware to me and I've been using it since then...I really like it. (but yes I use the free standalone version) I downloaded the demo version of Neat Image and was able to run it through PSP as a plug-in, but the demo version did not even let me process one entire image. It wanted me to purchase. Sad

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You just got CS5, right? Did you shoot in RAW? One of the biggest upgrades that CS5 has over CS4 is their built in noiseware in ACR...seriously, it's GREAT. Make sure you zoom in to 100%, and then move the sliders. Works AWESOME! I have CS4, but the noiseware alone is making me want to upgrade.

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Thanks for the feedback.

Lisa, I didn't know that CS5 had improved their noise ware so much in ACR. I'll Definitely look into that before even thinking about purchasing anything. Thanks for that heads up Smile

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hmm no wonder the noiseware in acr is much better than before...i remember it being so bad in previous versions I've had. So I never used it. I tried it once in cs5 and was surprised by the results Smile

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I use Imagenomic's Noiseware in photoshop and couldn't live without it.

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"Amy_&_Eva" wrote:

Way back sometime last year, Gwen & a few others recommended Imagenomic's Noiseware to me and I've been using it since then...I really like it. (but yes I use the free standalone version)

I downloaded that, and it works nicely, but for some reason, it's loosing my settings. When I upload it to Flickr, the settings aren't under the exif info. I may be doing something wrong...

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Yeah actually it does that to my exif data too I think, now that you mention it Sad