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    Hi.
    Since recently getting my film slr, I have had a few rejects for noise.
    I know how to get rid of it with neatimage, but do I use the program with the large files - 4000 x 3000 pixels, or when I have downsized it to 1024 x 6-- ?
    Thanks alot for the help.
    If you want a link to some:
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject.php?id=337229
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject.php?id=337236

    Thanks alot,
    Ari
    Eagles may soar, but weasels never get sucked into jet intakes


  • #2
    When to use meatimage?
    What is meatimage


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    • #3
      Dunno what meatimage is....but there IS alot of "noise" in the pictures
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      • #4
        Clovis advises to use Neatimage on the originals.

        However, I find that you need to use it after resizing again, if you sharpened your photo.
        Will F.
        Photos: JetPhotos.Net | Airliners.net | General Photography

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        • #5
          Use on the originals, if you have to sharpen so much you haev to use it again post processing, i would advise to sharpen the original, then use neatimage, then continue on with your editing.
          Sam Rudge
          A 5D3, some Canon lenses, the Sigma L and a flash

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          • #6
            Thanks alot for the help.
            btw. Of course i meant neatimage
            Sorry for the typo
            Ari
            Eagles may soar, but weasels never get sucked into jet intakes

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            • #7
              G'day Guys
              Like photography post processing has many ways to be completed and everyone has there own way of doing things.
              I use neatimage after all other modifications to my original photo including resizing.
              Neatimage also has a sharpning function which works nicely as a final touchup.
              I am lucky enough to use a 10D which creates very little noise in the original shots so i never have the need to use it on the original frame.
              So my standard is to apply neatimage to my final size shot after everything else has been completed.
              Nice program which works superbly.
              Darren

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