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    Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    I'm looking into getting software to further rid my images of "High ISO Noise".
    I shoot at various race tracks that are far from ideal when it comes to lighting and I'm just tired of the limited removal that Lr4 is giving me.
    I shoot in RAW, usually @ 1/250th & ISO 1600-2000 and while shooting in RAW has helped some, I just feel like there should be something out there to minimize it a bit more.
    When I zoom into the image it has a good amount of crappy fuzz and so far nothing I've tried in Lr4 has been able to clean this up.

    Any suggestions out there ???

    Thanks

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    Re: Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    ...nothing ??? are you kidding me ???

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    Re: Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    Roger, I haven't done anti-noise work in awhile, but if I recall most every application's approach was to slightly smooth or 'smudge' the image. That's fine if you don't have a lot of detail, or it's not the type of image that really requires much detail.

    I have found Photoshop's anti-noise feature to be almost useless, VERY hard to see any improvements after applying it.

    Just played with Topaz's Denoise 3 app. It's no miracle worker either, but does look different than PS'. One of the settings was to super smooth the image: not sure if this is what you like, but I attach a before/after crop of an indoor sporting event .........
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    Re: Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    Interesting, I'll look into Topaz and see what it offers, Thank you very much for the info.

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    Re: Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    photoshop is a good one

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    Re: Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    Photoshop or Lightroom might be the best choice.

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    Re: Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    G’MIC has some of the best Free Software denoising options I think. Check out anisotropic smoothing options there?

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    Re: Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    Photoshop is the best !

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    Re: Best Software for removing High ISO Noise ???

    I think Photoshop is the best. Thanks

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