NEW! Topaz DeNoise 6

Posted: February 25, 2016 in Uncategorized
Topaz DeNoise 6, an updated version of our noise reduction software, complete with new features. As always, our update is free to anyone who already owns DeNoise. And for those who don’t own it, DeNoise 6 will be on sale ($30 off!) from February 24th – March 20th. Coupon code “NOISEFREE”  take advantage of the discounted price of $49.99 (regularly $79.99).

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Topaz DeNoise is designed to let you shoot anywhere in any light and still get crisp, clear and noise-free images. Specializing in extremely noisy high ISO images, DeNoise removes distracting image noise while preserving image detail, giving you the image you wanted without the noise you don’t. Major features introduced in Topaz DeNoise 6 include:
• Standalone Application – DeNoise 6 now works as a standalone product and doesn’t require a host editor to work. Although it can still be used as a plugin through Photoshop, Lightroom, and other supported host programs.
• Camera Specific Presets – DeNoise 6 introduces dozens of presets based on various camera profiles, with multiple ISO presets for each camera.
• Batch Processing (in standalone mode only) – DeNoise 6 introduces batch processing, allowing you to process a whole folder of images at once. That means no more need for Photoshop actions! Note that batch processing is only available in the standalone version, not the plugin version.
• Support for High DPI (4k) monitors in Windows 7/8/10



  1. Russ Tomanek says:

    Mike – Do you know if DeNoise 6 is available for Windows or is it only for Apple software? I own DeNoise 5 and when I went to my Topaz account page, only DeNoise 5 is available for Windows.

  2. Hi Mike — I bought the Topaz collection last novegebr upon your recommendation. I am taken your workshop in chantilly next month. Will you be demonstrating how to use th product — thanks — Ruth

    • Mike Moats says:

      Ruth, I will be showing you how to do creative post processing to enhance the images, but not the noise reduction program. I honestly don’t use the program, because I never shoot in the high ISO setting that cause the noise issues.

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