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Old 8th March 2017
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Amateur Photographer NR Software Survey

I thought it was not a good idea to bury this in the software forum.


Of these, I have Topaz, Nik and Adobe Camera RAW (In PS). I have not done much with the Nik and nothing with ACR, being very happy with the Topaz DeNoise6.

The article makes comments about only working on TIFFs. I am not aware that my RAW files are converted to TIFFs at any stage before being saved as JPEGs.

The body is willing but the mind is weak.
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