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photoshop action with Noise Ninja

MC Nguyen , May 29, 2006; 09:23 p.m.

Hello, I just created a Photoshop action using the Noise Ninja filter to reduce noise on a couple of hundred of images shot at 1600 ISO. However, when I apply the action, rather than auto profiling each image, it uses the Noise Ninja profile created when recording the action. Would anyone know how to create a Photoshop action which profiles each image individually? Thanks in advance for your help! MC

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Juergen Sattleru , May 29, 2006; 09:38 p.m.

Don't know the exact answer to your question, but you can load noise profiles for your specific camera from the picturecode website - that way it will use the profile for your camera and that would solve your problem. If your camera is not listed, you can create your own noise profile and store it - that should solve your problem.

John Painter , May 30, 2006; 02:28 a.m.

I have had exactly the same problem.

MC Nguyen , May 30, 2006; 07:38 a.m.

I found the answer to my problem. When recording the action, there is an "actions" menu in noise ninja. Make sure to use the "create profile from image" options.

By the way, can anyone recommend what settings on noise ninja to use? I found that these settings don't smooth out the photos completely and am curious as to what others think: Strength: 8 Smoothness: 2 Contrast: 10 USM amount: 60 USM radius: 1.2

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