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Noise Reduction on Mac
Carl Schneider, Photographer
HERMOSA BEACH Los Angeles | CA | USA | Posted: 11:57 AM on 01.17.04
->> What's the best noise reduction program for a Mac running OS 10.3? I just got my D2h and love it, but want to clean up these images a bit.

I would prefer a plug in for Photoshop 7.0, but a separate program would be okay if that's the best way to go.
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Howard Curtis Smith, Photographer
Rockville Centre | NY | USA | Posted: 12:16 PM on 01.17.04
->> Fred Miranda has some good inexpensive plug ins. They are slow, but they do a very nice job.

http://www.fredmiranda.com/
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PJ Heller, Photographer
Santa Barbara | CA | USA | Posted: 6:47 PM on 01.17.04
->> Check here for various Mac/PC programs:

http://www.michaelalmond.com/Articles/noise.htm
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Robert G. Stevens, Photographer
Halifax | NS | Canada | Posted: 8:43 PM on 01.17.04
->> Carl:

Try Quantum Mechanic from camerabits, the makers of Photo Mechanic. If you do try it, avoid the despeckle luminance options, as it just kill the finer details.

http://www.camerabits.com/QM2.html

Robert
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Rick Rickman, Photographer
Laguna Niguel | CA | USA | Posted: 9:36 PM on 01.17.04
->> Carl:

A very good program is Dfine 1.0 by NIK It does an excellent job of cleaning up noise issues. If you use it a lot you can be very secure that you can clean up noise and other issues in a very exemplary fashion. You can find it at NIK.com

I also use Quantum Mechanic as well. It does a nice job and sometimes depending on the extent of the issue I use a combination of both.

Rick
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Robert Longhitano, Photographer
North Wales | PA | USA | Posted: 10:14 PM on 01.17.04
->> More info on Dfine 1.0 can be seen here:

http://www.macaddict.com/issues/0311/rev.dfine.html
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