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noise is generally undesirable in photography, and many photographers want to try and reduce it when taking photographs. Noise reduction tends to be about preventing noise in the first place, where as noise removal is a description of post-processing techniques for dealing with noise that is in a ...

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How to remove white spots from a scanned picture?

I have a photo and I scanned it, but the scanned version introduced a lot of white spots on the image. I think the problem is the type of paper of the photo, which is not smooth a bit rough. There's ...
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Factors for preventing noise in-camera

In low lighting conditions I have to bring up my ISO (even when using flash) and open the aperture to a certain point to get the ambient light alongside subjects I'm photographing (which are mostly ...
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Combining multiple shots from a burst for noise reduction, when the subject moves slightly?

Is there a tool to use to combine a burst of exposures (to eliminate noise; all are same exposure) when the subject moves slightly and only in places? For example, you would not notice they are not ...
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What does “green background” means, when related to “vibration reduction” [closed]

I just read in [Wikipedia](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nikon_compatible_lenses_with_integrated_autofocus-motor Nikon VR/Sigma OS/Tamron VC/Tokina VCM: Optical image stabilization, also ...
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Should I use in-camera noise reduction, or is it better to leave that for desktop-based post-production? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is in-camera high-ISO noise reduction worthwhile? Should this be done using image processing software like Photoshop or the built in function of the camera ? It seems a ...
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What noise reduction software will best work with images from my Kodak EasyShare Z981? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which noise reduction software has the best results? I have been at this for only a short time and I would like to consider myself a "photographer" yet, I must be ...
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Noise in JPEG file after processing RAW file in photoshop

Recently i started shooting in RAW after understanding its advantages over JPEG format. While processing the RAW file there is an option to reduce noise in a captured picture. It works great when i ...
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Too much “Grain” in photos [duplicate]

i'm trying to produce a few mockup pictures of a person using a tablet around the house. These are the conditions: Camera Nikon D90, Lens 18-55 The pictures were taken in the morning Indoors but the ...
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When stacking images to remove noise in astrophotography, should the exposure be the same in each?

I am trying to get to grips with astrophotography and have read about image stacking to help reduce noise. I am a little confused about whether the images to be stacked are all taken at the same ...
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What's the relationship between chromatic aberration, ISO and long-exposure noise reduction?

I took a photo that has what seems like chromatic aberration. It's a purple color at the left and bottom edges, especially at the bottom-left corner: This is a 30-second exposure at ISO 3200 with ...
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How to cancel halfway Noise Reduction Process in Canon Rebel T3i?

I accidentally had Noise Reduction on Long exposure turned on in my Canon Rebel T3i. I took a 2 hours exposure and then the noise reduction kicked in and I was banned from using the camera for 2 hours ...
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In what kinds of images would high noise be most manageable?

In what sort of photographs does the noise least detract from the image? (The noise is that resulting from use of high ISO settings.)
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Image stacking with different camera settings

I'd like to be able to stack multiple images to reduce noise. In the past, I've followed the approach found at Cambridge in Colour: averaging images. Simply put, I bring all of the images into ...
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Why is sharpening not recommended in RAW processing? [duplicate]

I was reading this article A Simple Workflow for RAW Processing. I noticed that sharpening is not recommended (only noise reduction is), as it should only be the final step before publishing. However, ...
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How to remove that kind of noise in photo taken at night? [duplicate]

The photo: Settings in Lightroom: As it's clearly seen Lightroom is not able to handle it. How to make it work?
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Different sources of noise and ways to avoid/correct those [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What types of noise can be present in digital photographs? I've few questions related to noise found in digital images. There are topics on this forum on underexposure ...
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How much does noise reduction let me increase ISO without a visible decrease in quality?

When I take low-light photos with my Sony NEX-5R, I find that I stick to ISO 200 to ensure acceptable noise. I was told that fear of ISO will hold me back, and that I should do noise-reduction in ...
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How do I most efficiently reduce noise on images from my Olympus TG-3?

On my vacation, I got a new Olympus TG-3 because I liked the feature set. But when I compare the pictures to the output of my wife's Canon Ixus 800 there is much more noise and I would even say that ...