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Old Apr 16, 2005, 11:32 PM   #1
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I know im going over some OLD topics but can anyone offer me any links to some free/good noise reduction software.

Also i was wondering, is ISO 100 the best way to go generally??
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Old Apr 16, 2005, 11:50 PM   #2
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I know im going over some OLD topics but can anyone offer me any links to some free/good noise reduction software.

Also i was wondering, is ISO 100 the best way to go generally??
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Make sure you get the profiles for your panasonic..

Shoot at whatever ISO works for you.. 100 should be fine, I usually use 80 on the FZ20..

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Old Apr 17, 2005, 12:35 AM   #3
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thanks for your help Jeff.
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i've had good results with PictureCooler... it's free, easy to use, and seems to be pretty effective. try this site to download.

http://denoiser.shorturl.com/

i find myself using ISO 100 most of the time, although in good light i often set it to auto and let the camera pick.


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Cheers for the link Squirl. I hope to try out these software packages tonight. Should help correct a few of my more questionable photo's.

I've been shooting at ISO 100 and have only just started to get my head around what ISO actualy is and how to use it affectively.:crazy:
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i've had good results with PictureCooler... it's free, easy to use, and seems to be pretty effective. try this site to download.

http://denoiser.shorturl.com/

i find myself using ISO 100 most of the time, although in good light i often set it to auto and let the camera pick.





Thanks for posting this program download squirl. Downloaded it and tried it out, and I must say it's quite effective over the other freebies I've tried. cheers.......thekman.
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glad to help out, thekman! it seems to work best on larger areas in a photo, like sky or dark, out-of-focus backgrounds. there are probably better programs out there, but for freeware, this one seems pretty good...
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