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Neat Image 8 is a fairly simple software to use, although upon first opening the plugin it can appear a bit confusing. You will be presented with multiple views of the image you are working on; a full-color preview, and the R, G, and B components of the image. There are four buttons at the top left of the screen; Auto Profile, Load Profile, Auto Match, and Auto Fine Tune. In the center are two tabs, Device Noise Profile, which is the tab the plugin starts in, and Noise Filter Settings.
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Neat Image is an image noise reduction software by ABSoft. It is available for Windows (stand alone, or Photoshop plugin), Mac OS X (stand alone or Aperture or Photoshop plugin) and Linux (stand alone).
Neat Image is a cheap, but very sophisticated stand-alone program (the Pro+ version comes with a Photoshop plugin too) that analyses the actual noise in your image and removes it. You define the areas that contain the noise (and no photographic detail) and it builds a noise profile that it then uses on the entire image to remove the noise. To really do its job, you need at least a 100x100 sample area which can be difficult to find in a lot of images. To counter that, Neat Image lets you create and save a noise profile for use in images where large detail-free areas do not exist. Profiles for many cameras are available on the Neat Image web site.
Grain Surgery is a Photoshop plugin that uses a similar technique to Neat Image for removing noise (but is a lot more expensive). It can also automatically select sample areas for you and has great previewing options. It does not just remove grain (noise), but can also add grain and match grain (for image compositing for example). You can also sample grain from one image and add it to another.
Neat Image reduces image noise to ensure that photos taken with more rapid shutter speeds and a higher ISO can be used by using Neat Image post-processing. A neat Image is computer software that eliminates undesirable digital noise from digital photos and enhances the image quality. The software is compatible with both PC as well as Mac platforms. It is extremely simple to use since it comes with wizards that guide users through the entire procedure.
Maybe the plugins were better "years ago", but that my not be the case now.Neat Image Crack is designed to reduce noise in your digital images. A few years ago, Aperture did better than LR, at least with Sony A700 RAW. It depends on when its relative performance changed. I have only compared it with PhotoNinja and DXO Optics Pro. I particularly like the way fine grain falls off into shadow areas. Lightroom does a lovely job with RX100m3 RAW files. If they were not such plugins and apps would have died off years ago. The real question, and the real value in seeing ACR/LR next to the original set of comparisons, is to see if any of the plug-ins are $80 better than ACR/LR, for the style of photos being shot. yeah, ACR/LR noise reduction really does blow. I'm not actually saying ACR/LR is the best, just that for many it is more than sufficient, and a far cry from "blows." How about laziness, a willingness to forgo better results elsewhere for convenience and speed? If the noise reduction in ACR/Lr does blow, why have so many photographers said that since Adobe improved it, they no longer turn to plug-ins? Wouldn't that be the default that you are comparing the other options against? Noise reduction in ACR/Lightroom blows in comparison.
Why not include Adobe Camera RAW in your noise reduction test? Neat Image produces results almost identical with great ease. Noiseware, the most capable of the group, is too much work to get right for each image. The other apps or plugins will have you doing a lot of work. I chose Neat Image because it is the only one that automatically analyses each image and gives great initial results. Tony MacAlpine, performing with Portnoy-Sheehan-MacAlpine-Sherinian at Cultuurpodium Boerderij in Zoetermeer (The Netherlands)īilly Sheehan (left) and Richie Kotzen (right), performing with The Winery Dogs at Hedon in Zwolle (The Netherlands) The four parts are in each image below are 1:1 crops of a 'bare' (no post processing or optimalisation) imported photograph using the latest version of Adobe Camera RAW.ĭave LaRue, performing with Flying Colors at 013 in Tilburg (The Netherlands) I couldn't get the old (32-bits?) plugin running on my machine and the added functionality and interface of Photo Ninja didn't appeal to me.īased on the images provided below (2054 x 2054 px), I want to ask your opinion on which noise reduction plugin you think gives the best result (reduce noise without suffering sharpness). I've excluded NoiseNinja from my 'test', since it's no longer available as a seperate PS/Lr plugin.