Archive for August 22nd, 2015

by Tom Nelson

I’ve been using one or more digital cameras for years, ranging from my favorite, a Canon DSLR, to a smartphone, or even our iPad’s built-in camera. One thing they all have in common is susceptibility to creating digital noise in low light conditions. Not surprisingly, the Canon fares much better than the smartphone or iPad when it comes to low light photography, but it’s not perfect, and since I like taking pictures in the dark (fireflies and distant thunderstorms in the summer, night skies in the winter), noise is always an issue.


Image courtesy of Macphun

But it’s not just nighttime photography; photos shot under other less-than-ideal lighting conditions are also subject to noise (unusually light pixels in dark areas of a scene).

That’s why I was intrigued by Noiseless from Macphun.

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