Learn how to remove noise from an image using Noise Buster.
Reviewed: Geetesh Bajaj
How To Use
Once you have installed the plug-in, here's how you can use Noise Buster to remove noise from an image:
- Open any image in an image editor such as Adobe Photoshop.
- In Photoshop, choose Filter | Akvis | Noise Buster - this will open the Noise Buster interface that you can see in
Figure 1: The AKVIS NoiseBuster interface
- The Noise Buster interface is divided into two areas:
The left area shows a large preview of the image - the selection area within this preview shows the applied effect.
The right area has a Navigator to adjust views. In addition, the Automatic Filtering option allows you to preview the filtration on the left side of the interface.
At the bottom right, there are several parameters to reduce noise and smoothen the image like luminance, noise, and color noise.
- To apply filtration within the plug-in press the Apply button.
And to apply the filtration to the entire picture within Photoshop (or another photo editor), click the OK button.
Here are some before and after samples:
|Photoshop Versions:||CS2, CS, 7, Elements, and compatible host applications.|
|Price:||Home: US$49 Business: US$62|
|Trial Version:||Download 10 days trial version of NoiseBuster free.|