Colour shift in images after noise reduction in Noiseware

posted on 19th of november, 2010

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I experienced a colour shift/saturation drop in my photographs when I processed them using the noise reduction software, Noiseware. The original images looked fine after converting to JPEG from the RAW files, but there is a significant change in colour/saturation when opening the JPEG/TIFF files in Noiseware. I realised this only after upgrading the Nikon ViewNX software to the newest version of ViewNX 2.

Read on to find out how I managed to resolve the issue :)

Comments (3)

Posted by Alonfridman on November 22, 2010
Nice. Thanks.
Posted by Gnohz on November 20, 2010
You're most welcome! :)
Posted by Davulcu on November 20, 2010
Thanks for the tip.

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