Frank Gore <> writes:

> On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 10:45 PM, Byram <> 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. 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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