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If you reduce the brightness of the raw image you processed yourself to match the jpeg image processed by the camera, the noise will probably be very similar. Another way of looking at it is that if you increase the brightness of the camera produced jpeg image to match the brightness of the raw file you processed, it will show just as much noise as the raw ...


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On your RAW image after noise reduction applied, there is still too much color (or chromatic) noise. You have basically 2 main kind of noise: luminance noise and color noise (also named chromatic noise). (more details about the 2 kind of noise here). I am not familiar with ACDSee but according to their website, you can indeed fine tune both noise reductions (...


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You need to apply noise reduction algorithms. Please note that not all RAW programs can replicate what the camera does: How to reproduce camera noise reduction using open source software? Almost(?) all RAW programs have at least some form of noise reduction, but it may not exactly match the camera's noise reduction. YMMV. I recommend trying at least ...


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