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Gary Nylander

Hi Doug,

Great idea !, I have been doing a variation of your idea for a while now, ever since I bought Noise Ninja a year ago, you have it far more refined than myself. I too noticed how grainy my high lights looked, especially the sky areas I scan my black and white 4 x 5 images with a Microtek i900, ( I thought it was the scanner, okay I know its not a very popular scanner ). I just lasso the sky area and use settings similar to your own, it works great and the images that I have printed from my 4800 look just fine !



you can achieve the same result with 'reduce noise' filter in photoshop CS2

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