Discussion in 'Digital Image Editing & Printing' started by Caulkhead, May 2, 2012.
Preferably as a plug-in for CS3........
You could try NoiseWare.
I found it quite good. There's a free version you could play with and see how it cleans up your images.
I too find Noiseware very good, and simple to use. I use the Pro Plugin version , which appears at the bottom of Photoshop's Filter menu, and it handles 8 bit and 16 bit images. I was led to it by a post somewhere by a user who said he changed to it from one of the other plugins ( i think it was Neat Image) because it was easier to use.
Topaz denoise works well for me
Whats wrong with ACR? Buy a new camera!
I've not used it, but Noise Ninja seems quite highly rated.
I use ACR most of the time- Noise Suppression is OK but not great. "Buy a new camera"...... I wish!
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