What is this noise-filitng software I keep hearing about?

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  1. TigerLaw

    TigerLaw DIS Veteran

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    What are the popular choices out there - are they freeware or does it cost (and if so, how much) also what would you recommend for a newbie photographer in this area?

    thanks for the help!
     
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  3. Laura

    Laura This space for rent

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  4. WillCAD

    WillCAD Where there's a Will there's a way

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    I use Noise Ninja

    Similar results, similar prices, very easy to use.
     
  5. TigerLaw

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    anyone use neatimage (saw it referred to on DCRP review)?
     
  6. Greg K.

    Greg K. Happy DVC Member, DIS Vet, and Catholic Deacon

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    ...I got the basic home use package for about $35, downloaded. Ten minutes after clicking it into my computer, I was cheerfully cleaning up noise. It's great, and very easy.

    I got it, instead of the others mentioned, because it's the only one that's Mac-compatible. :surfweb:
     
  7. boBQuincy

    boBQuincy <font color=green>I am not carrying three pods<br>

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    I use NeatImage, it works very well.


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  8. 0bli0

    0bli0 2006 Time Magazine Person of the Year

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    i am quite partial to noise ninja. as Laura points out above, Noiseware Community edition is free and works much better than the in-built routines in CS2, Elements, PSP, etc.
     

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