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November 18, 2004

Noise Ninja

If you've gone digital but even your camera's onboard noise reduction doesn't always satisfy you, check out Picture Code's Noise Ninja. At $30 for the home version, it's a steal (I really don't know who would buy the pro version, but eh).

Take a look at the sample images on the site -- what it can do is stunning. And if you don't believe the PR material, then grab yourself the demo and try it on some of your own images.

It's good stuff, and even better they're currently working on a Photoshop plugin so you can have an integrated workflow rather than moving from program to program.

True, in most cases a printed image won't show the noise much. But if you have to use ISO 1600 to save your ass once in a while, or your ultimate destination is the web, this program is a nice addition to your camera bag.

Posted by Colin at November 18, 2004 6:55 AM

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Sweet - thanks!

Neat Image (neatimage.com) is also a lifesaver. I have another one I use, but I can't remember the name. I'll try to remember to pass that along when I get home tonight.

Posted by: Trinity at November 18, 2004 8:10 AM

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