There is a DeNoise-AI sale at Topaz Labs! Get it while it is on sale for 59.99$us instead of the regular 79.99$us. The Sale is on until February 07, 2020.
Denoise-AI has been upgraded with a new batch processing capability. Also a new chroma noise reduction slider that gives users more control over targeting that specific type of noise.
You can find the sale here at https://topazlabs.com/denoise-ai/ref/123/
Here’s a sample of the new Denoise 2.0 running in full AUTO mode.
And looking in to the image at 200%
The sale here at https://topazlabs.com/denoise-ai/ref/123/
Topaz Labs introduces the new DeNoise AI to help photographers remove noise while preserving detail in their photos.
It’s especially effective for images straight out of the camera.
The official release date is April 17th with introductory pricing of $59.99 until May 3, after which it’ll be priced at $79.99
DeNoise AI will work as a standalone or Photoshop / Topaz Studio plugin (similar to Sharpen AI).
DeNoise AI will replace both Topaz DeNoise and AI Clear in their product lineup.
It will also be deprecating the Remove Noise pro adjustment in Topaz Studio.
All existing users of both Topaz DeNoise and AI Clear will receive DeNoise AI for free!
Remove Noise pro adjustment owners can upgrade to DeNoise AI for an additional $20 off!
Customers will no longer be able to purchase Topaz DeNoise, AI Clear, or Remove Noise after 4/17.
Click the banner to check it out, as usual it does have a trail period so you can try it out before you decide to buy.
These are the TOP 10 software packages I currently use for my image and video editing and the hardware I use to run them on.
Surprisingly six of the ten programs can be had FREE for non-commercial use!
While four are paid or subscription model products.
Links to all the applications both free and paid are at the bottom of page.
What I edit still images with:
Adobe Creative Cloud Lightroom Classic
Adobe Creative Cloud Photoshop
Skylum Luminar 2018 (Jupiter update!)
Image developer and catalog Image editor Image developer Still image artistic effects stitches panoramas Focus stacker by Heribert Cypionka
My image catalog database is currently
Adobe Creative Cloud Lightroom (Image developer and catalog)
What I try to bash together videos with:
Blackmagic DaVnci Resolve 15
Adobe Premier Elements 9
Insanely powerful video and audio editor video editor lite video converter audio editor
Note:A hiccup with the current Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 15 b3 and now b5 in some modules causes GPU out of memory condition, Correction: hiccup appears fixed with the final GA release of DaVinci Resolve 15 now available!
ASUS ProArt PA248 (Main image editing display)
Samsung SyncMaster BX2350 (Text and control panels)
qDslrDashboard (remote camera control) for free win/mac and paid app for android/ios at http://bit.ly/2IVppWf
Wired and wireless camera control, timelapse with bramping, focus stacking, quite a powerful package.