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Old 08-01-2012, 11:42 PM
Johndeere Johndeere is offline
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Default Noise Ninja ?

This is what they claim.

Noise Ninja is the most effective and productive solution for removing noise and grain from digital photographs and scanned film images. It is a must-have tool for anyone shooting in low-light or fast-action situations -- including news, sports, wedding, and event coverage -- where high ISO photography is required and the resulting noise compromises the image.

So has anyone ever used this software and how does it do with high school basketball photos?

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Old 08-02-2012, 01:28 AM
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The Nikon D3100 handles indoor sports at an ISO of 1600 well enough for decent 11x14 prints, so I haven't tried to eliminate noise and grain. My B&W film photos of indoor sports years ago required more editing with Spotone than the new digital images with digital magic.
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Old 08-06-2012, 07:10 PM
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I can't speak to high school basketball specifically, but it does a very good job of removing noise generally. For my camera and my taste it often goes a bit too far and softens the image too much, so I run a script to create a 50% layer and then merge them, cutting the effect by half. Fairly sure you can download a trial version to see if you like how it works.
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