Frank Gore <g...@projectpontiac.com> writes:
> On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 10:45 PM, Byram <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
>> My D3000 does a pretty lousy job at 800 and 1600. I've tried playing with
>> some of the tools recommended in Goelker's "GIMP 2.6 for Photographers"
>> but didn't really see any noticeable improvements. Also tried using the
>> wavelet denoise in UFraw. I downloaded a wavelet-denoise plugin and that
>> seems to work a little better. All tools were used on the single RGB layer.
>> Any recommendations would be appreciated (aside from upgrading my
>> camera- LOL) as I have a great but grainy shot of a Racoon at ISO 1600
>> that I'd love to print.
> I do all my de-noising outside of Gimp, using either Digikam or a
> specific tool for the job (ie. Noise Ninja for Linux, which is
> commercial). For the most part, I've found all noise reduction plugins
> for Gimp to be lacking, especially for professional photography.
http://darktable.sourceforge.net/ also does some noise reduction, if you
have the RAW file, don't know how well it works, but if you haven't
tried darktable yet, you should :-)
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