If your digital photographs are noisy, meaning they look like they have the digital equivalent of grain, consider trying Nik Software DFine 2.0.
Dfine is a plug-in that works with Photoshop. It costs less than $99 and it’s very easy to use. I suggest that you use this plug-in first before you make any other modifications to your photos. It can work on automatic for most photos. That is the way I use DFine. And I have never found a single photograph shot at ISO 400 or above that DFine couldn’t improve.
It works on any digital image whether captured by a high-end digital SLR or a digital point and shoot. It is a very deep utility. It even includes some very effective contrast and color controls, which I’ll be covering in future articles. This plug-in well worth the price.
NOTE: Some of my photography friends also report good results using Noise Ninja.
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