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- Shoot anywhere in any light
Great noise reduction is like a lens upgrade. You’ll be able to get much higher-quality results when you’re shooting fast action shots, night images, or any other situation that requires a high ISO. Use DeNoise AI to help you create a pixel-perfect photo in any situation.
- Groundbreaking technology
Noise reduction technology has basically been the same for a decade, with only minor incremental improvements here and there. (We would know – we made one!) DeNoise AI is different: we fed an algorithm millions of noisy/clear images until it actually learned what noise is and how best to remove it.
- Recover true detail
DeNoise AI examines the whole image and holistically determines the difference between detail and noise in that photo. (Other NR tools only look at pixel-level detail.) After understanding what noise vs detail looks like for that specific image, DeNoise AI recovers a surprising amount of detail from noise.
- Lightroom vs DeNoise AI
When you need pixel-level perfection in your results, DeNoise AI offers the absolute best quality currently available anywhere. Existing noise reduction tools like Lightroom give you a choice: keep some noise or remove some detail. DeNoise AI’s technology allows you to get the best of both worlds: to remove noise while actually strengthening detail.
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Topaz DeNoise AI v3.7.0 (x64) Crack Labs developed DeNoise AI to do one thing and only one thing: reduce noise in an image without losing detail. The software reduces noises efficiently without the user needing to play around with the settings. This saves photographers quite a bit of time.
Before we go any further, we first need to understand the basics of image noise.
What is Noise?
Have you ever zoomed in on an image and noticed the grain-like dots? That’s noise unless you’re zooming in on sand.
There’s an entire scientific explanation to what causes noise which I won’t cover here. But what I’ll mention is that digital photographic noise is caused by the image sensor’s response to light. Heat, electricity, and the image senor’s illumination all play a role in creating unwanted noise.
And since aperture and shutter speed control the amount of light reaching an image sensor, they also influence the amount of noise in an image. More importantly, ISO, which is the image sensor’s sensitivity to light, usually plays a bigger role in digital noise.
Cameras with small or cropped image sensors tend to produce noisier images because of the size of the pixels in the image sensor. This is one of the reasons many photographers prefer shooting with a full-frame camera.
During the post-processing workflow, noise is broken down into two categories:
1- Luminance Noise
Luminance noise is the most common type of noise you’ll notice first in images. Its obvious almost-white color is spread across an image making it look like you don’t know how to photograph. It’s more noticeable in the highlights of an image such as the sky or in dark shadows.
2- Chroma Noise
Chroma noise, also known as color noise, is uneven color transitions. It looks like small patches of color that were smeared. Red seems to be the most common color in chroma noise and is highly noticeable in dark images. But green and purple color noise shows up now and then.
Usage Cases for Topaz DeNoise AI v3.7.0 (x64) Crack
There are several scenarios that can arise when noise reduction software is required. This applies to professional photographers, enthusiasts, and even non-photographers taking a family portrait.
- long-exposure photography
- painting with light
- photographing light streaks
- media photographing current events without flash
- wedding photographers not using flash
- wildlife photographers where using flash is often prohibited
- street photographers that don’t use flash at night
- mobile phone photographers
- owners of APS-C sensor cameras
- owners of micro four-thirds sensor cameras
- owners of entry-level compact cameras
For optimal results during the post-processing workflow, it’s recommended to reduce noise at the beginning. This is because you don’t want to add contrast, saturate, or sharpen the noise in your image, making it more difficult to remove later.
How Topaz DeNoise AI (x64) Crack Works Summary
High-end cameras, optimal camera settings, and ideal scenarios produce minimal noise. Cases likes these don’t require noise reduction in post.
Unfortunately, ideal scenarios don’t come by often like public transportation during rush hour.
This is where a noise-reduction software or tools like Topaz DeNoise comes in.
As mentioned earlier, Topaz DeNoise uses artificial intelligence to reduce noise in an image. According to Topaz Labs, it’s the first AI-powered noise reduction software in the world. That’s a bold claim.
I know the term AI is thrown out there a lot, and it’s used as a marketing term. Maybe it shouldn’t be called artificial intelligence since that’s what we expect software to do. But the term is here.
Getting back to how the software works, DeNoise AI uses machine learning to determine what’s noise in an image and what’s not.
They did this in a few steps.
They used an original photo with minimal to no noise.
Then they digitally reproduced the noise in the original photo. You may be asking why not take a photo with a lot of noise in it already? The reason is they needed the original photo for comparison or as a reference photo.
Next, they inputted the noise-altered photo into DeNoise and checked its output file against the original photo. Either it’s a success or not.
They repeated these steps millions of times, made updates where needed, and that’s how DeNoise’s machine-learning technology works.
Topaz DeNoise AI (x64) Crack Features
One of the good features of Topaz Labs’ software is that when you open them, a product tour pops up. It’s simply a guide to give you a basic understanding of how the software works. The majority of the time, it’s good enough to go through the product tour without needing to reference an external online manual.
I’ll break down some of the important tools in DeNoise AI.
First of all, when you open an image in DeNoise AI, a default noise reduction setting will be applied. It’s called the DeNoise AI model and will usually have a default value of 15 for both the Remove Noise and Sharpen sliders.
There are two different noise reduction models:
DeNoise AI – Preserves more detail but works with fewer images.
AI Clear – Works with more images but may preserve less fine detail.
Both the DeNoise AI and AI Clear models have a Remove Noise and Sharpen setting. However, DeNoise AI uses sliders where you can make incremental adjustments. On the other hand, AI Clear uses presets of low, medium, and high.
Nonetheless, if you need to tweak your noise reduction and sharpness settings, both models will allow you to do it.
Photographers can also use the Auto-detect settings for the software to detect the amount of noise in the image and automatically apply the most optimal settings.
To further refine your image, you can also recover details and reduce colour noise in both models.
Sometimes it’s difficult to see noise in low-light images. Thankfully, Topaz Labs also added a Brighten feature. As the name suggests, it increases the brightness of the image and allows you to see noise easier.
DeNoise AI allows you to compare your before and after images in three ways: a single view where you can click and hold the mouse to see the original image, a side-by-side view, and a split view that includes a vertical slider.
If you prefer doing selective noise reduction, then you can apply a mask to DeNoise AI. The mask works in the same way as Lightroom’s mask with edge-aware.
As much time as Topaz DeNoise saves you with its AI technology, it can become cumbersome to reduce noise on several images. To make the noise reduction workflow faster, the application includes batch processing. All you’ll need to do is drag multiple images into DeNoise AI or open them through Windows Explorer or Mac Finder. Batch processing will give you the option to leave the noise reduction model at its default of DeNoise AI or adjust them manually.
Once you’re happy with the noise reduction settings, you’ll have to click on Save Image to render the image. You’ll have the option to save your image file as DNG, JPEG, PNG, or TIFF.
Though I used some RAW files in my Topaz DeNoise AI review, it’s better to use TIFF instead because the software uses third-party libraries to render RAW files. Conflicts can arise.
All major RGB colour profiles are supported in DeNoise AI: ProPhoto RGB, Adobe RGB, sRGB, Apple RGB, and Wide-Gamut RGB. CMYK is not supported at this time.
DeNoise AI comes packaged with plugins for Photoshop, Lightroom, and Topaz Studio 2. There is no extra work to install the plugins. When you install DeNoise AI, the plugins will install automatically. You may have to restart Photoshop, Lightroom, or Topaz Studio 2 if they were running to have the plugins take effect.
How to Access DeNoise AI Plugins
- From Photoshop, DeNoise AI can be accessed from the Photoshop Filter menu.
- In Lightroom, DeNoise AI can be accessed by right-clicking on the thumbnail photo and then go to edit.
- From Topaz Studio 2, you can access DeNoise AI by going to the menu Filters → Plugins.
Summary of the Test Cases for DeNoise AI Version
Originally in this review, I tested version 1.3.3.
The latest version of DeNoise is 2.2.2, which is what I’m using now to update this post.
The first image I tested was that of a pelican in low light. The image was photographed with a Canon 6D full-frame camera at 1/160, f/2.8, ISO 1000.
One of the issues with noise is that you don’t always notice it until you zoom in. As is the case with my pelican image. Most photographers would know that an ISO of 1000 and a slower shutter speed than normal of 1/160 will produce some noise.
How to Use Topaz DeNoise AI
I took my DNG image file and dragged it into Topaz DeNoise AI. You may be wondering why it’s a DNG file. Well, during the import process of my CR2 Canon RAW files into Lightroom, I converted them to DNG to reduce disk space. I decided against using a TIFF, in this case, to see how the image renders.
I used the Brighten tool to allow me to see the noise more clearer. The screenshot you see below is with the default values of DeNoise AI. The software did an outstanding job at reducing noise without me making any adjustments. Sharpness and detail were retained. I can also add more sharpness or recover details if needed.
When you’re satisfied with the image, you simply click Save Image. You’ll have options to choose the file format and color profile of the image file.
If you’re using DeNoise AI as a plugin, the rendered image with noise reduction will be reimported back to the host application.
The next image I tested was a photograph of the milky way. For this test, I invoked Topaz Studio 2 and used DeNoise AI as a plugin. With astrophotography, noise reduction can be quite difficult especially with the trade-off of losing detail.
This time I made adjustments in DeNoise AI. I changed the processing model to AI Clear, set the Remove Noise to Medium, and Enhance Sharpness to High. The results were amazing. The software didn’t confuse stars for noise.
Topaz DeNoise AI (x64) Crack Review Compared to Photoshop and Lightroom
Now the big question is how DeNoise AI hold up versus Photoshop and Lightroom.
The Adobe Camera RAW Engine is used in Lightroom to render RAW files and edit them. Photoshop also uses ACR for RAW files. When I did the comparison of the noise reduction in Photoshop, I used its Reduce Noise filter instead to test a different tool.
For the comparison, I used an image that was photographed on a cropped, APS-C sensor Canon Rebel T5i camera. This camera doesn’t do well in low light. The camera settings were 1/10, f/5.6, ISO 6400.
With Photoshop and Lightroom’s noise reduction tools, I had to play with the sliders significantly longer than I had to with DeNoise AI.
Below is a comparison of the best results I could obtain with the different software.
Photoshop did a poor job at noise reduction. Lightroom reduced the noise, but too much detail was lost. DeNoise AI did the best job of reducing noise while retaining some detail. This was not an easy image for a noise reduction software. But DeNoise AI did the best job at reducing noise.
I understand the regular price of $79.99 for noise reduction software is expensive for most people. If your main photography software produces acceptable results, then by all means stick with it.
On the other hand, Topaz DeNoise AI v3.7.2 (x64) Crack is the best noise reduction software that I have used. It beats out Photoshop and Lightroom hands down.
I’m also a consistent user of Capture One and I can confirm DeNoise AI is better at noise reduction.
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