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    I currently use Photoshop elements and I am looking for a piece of noise reduction software that either runs with elements or as a stand alone piece of software. Can anyone give me advice? I use a mac rather than a pc if that makes a difference. Also so advice on settings would be great.

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    Hi Mat- Photoshop has its own NR filter (not sure about Elements) but I use the Topaz Suite which includes Topaz DeNoise. I like it a lot.

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    I've used both Noiseware and Noise Ninja (my current software for NR), both available as Photoshop plug-in or as standalone and both very good at what they do. Settings will normally change by camera model and settings used (ISO)...there are camera profiles you can use.

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    NIK Define

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    I've been pretty happy with Noisware Pro. I use the CS5 plugin, but it is also available as a stand alone.

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    With chas on Nik define. But also use lr4 new adjustment brush for selective noise reduction on occasion

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    By the way Chas was the one who taught me how to use Nik define selectively. Another plug for Lr4 adjustment brush-fast way to do selective sharpening also

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    Hi, noiseware pro ,easy and breezy

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