Noise Ninja works very well -- for some things. For outdoor
"nature" shots, it works too well. Reducing noise takes the
detail out of natural textures like snow, water, forests and
Noise Ninja makes great skys and clouds though. But you have to fiddle
to get the rest of the detail back using the un-noise brush.
But Noise Ninja is a real handy tool.
> Just so you know.... Noise Ninga is available on the Noise Ninga site
> (picturecode.com) in rpm and deb packages. It's proprietary, but seems
> to work fairly well after you take the time to set it up correctly. You
> can try it out for free, but must buy a license to save anything you
> want to keep as the demo puts a grid over the top of the picture.
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