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    I would like to better understand what "noise" is and how to approach troubleshooting it. For example, I am looking more for resources that explain / define the different levels of noise frequency (i.e. high, mid, low), than a particular plugin or app. that reduces it.


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    Re: Noise Reducation

    Noise is non image forming data. Best approach, don't produce it. A possible approach is when capturing the image data, at least from a camera that produces raw data:


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