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Old Mar 25, 2006, 4:59 PM   #11
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Thanks for the info. Before getting Adobe Photoshop CS2, I used that software as a stand-alone but I only have the demo version. I've been looking for a better way to filter noise and maybe the full-version plug-in version that you have is the way to go.
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Old Mar 25, 2006, 5:02 PM   #12
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Great pictures

I like 1rst cardinal shot!!
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Old Mar 25, 2006, 5:28 PM   #13
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Hi Linda, I don't mind at all. I've used the Imagenomic Noiseware plug-in with photoshop Elements for quite a while now. I find it allows me too maintain a lot of detail in my bird shots. Thanks, Jake.
Imagenomic is Noiseware Professional. They are in a tight compitition with Noise Ninja, and I've been told, Neat Image.

Noiseware just released version 4, a free up-date from version 3...

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Old Mar 26, 2006, 9:26 PM   #14
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These are great bmullen! I use 800 iso the odd time too. You have to living in the climate we're in. Sometimes 2 months of nothing but gray skies. Again, well done........thekman.
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