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    Spikeshinizzle Guest

    Talking How would i get rid of ISO noise when i take a picture?

    When i set the ISO on my camera to 400 there is alot of noise. I think there's a possible way of editing it out with Photoshop CS or something but how?

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    Google for Neat Image (Free) or Noise Ninja ($69)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikeshinizzle
    When i set the ISO on my camera to 400 there is alot of noise. I think there's a possible way of editing it out with Photoshop CS or something but how?
    The basic version of neatimage is free and fully sufficient for most usage. Download it from
    http://www.neatimage.com

    Follow the basic tutorial and away you go. Check also to see if they have a ready-made profile for your camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluedog
    Google for Neat Image (Free) or Noise Ninja ($69)
    Quote Originally Posted by Norm in Fujino
    The basic version of neatimage is free and fully sufficient for most usage.
    Follow the basic tutorial and away you go. Check also to see if they have a ready-made profile for your camera.
    Bluedog & Norm - all I can say is Neat Image is amazing. I downloaded the demo to try it out and couldn't believe the results. Thanks.

    Dennis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm in Fujino
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    Follow the basic tutorial and away you go. Check also to see if they have a ready-made profile for your camera.
    Or you can easily make one for your, using their tutorial and test pic.
    Look on the neatimage site.

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