Ok, we got to do this the *** show-and-tell style. I will quote you again
Firstly, you start by saying you face noise problems. Ok fair enough this thread is about noise.Just wanna add to some of the questions already answered, I do face some noise problems too on my D70. While shooting in ISO200 produces almost no noise, sometimes it is not adequate. I tried using Neat Image (freeware trial version), the results in reducing noise is good but the downside of it, it smoothens a lot of things (like the subject's face). Sometimes, the result looks so doll-like, which is something I want to avoid.
Then you said 'While shooting in ISO200', after which you further reinforced the idea of noise being the subject by saying you run the picture through Neat Image. From the inferences, I can only gather that you are facing noise problems while shooting in ISO200, it wasn't clean enough so you ran it through Neat Image.
I wasn't the only one whom was misled by you (ref post #23 & #24) and you refused to acknowledge this. When asked to clarify, you brushed it off by saying we're making life tough for you.
post #29 I askedyou assume everyone knew what you were talking about. So I assumed that you were talking about noise.Originally Posted by yanyewkay
You did not say you were shooting high ISO and you ran the high ISO pictures through neat image. The only reference everyone had was
- "not adequate" quoted as vague
So if you are asking about how to reduce noise in a picture taken with high ISO , isn't that what the TS is asking?
If you take the time to re-read through all the posts, many have cited you as being unclear or vague. If you don't intend to be clear and concise in your questions, I would think that you are trying to stir up confusion and trouble in here.
I doubt there is any point trying to help you further since you are more interested in defending yourself and making youreslf look as if you are a victim than learning photography.