Reducing digital noise


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Reducing digital noise

When you shoot with a digital camera, it's inevitable that you'll get some digital noise in your photographs. This is most likely to happen when you're shooting with a high ISO or when there are a lot of dark or shadow areas in your photographs. I am going to zoom into this image by selecting the Zoom tool in the toolbar and then clicking several times in the image so that you can see some of the digital noise here. These colored pixels represent color digital noise and then there can also be some black-and-white digital noise. I'm going to hold the Spacebar down to switch to the Hand tool temporarily and click-and-drag in the image to this area down here where you can see JPEG artifacts, squares of pixels, which are caused by compressing image as a JPEG in the camera.

The Reduce Noise filter can help with all of these problems. Color digital noise, black-and- white digital noise, and JPEG artifacts. I am going to go back to 100% view by double-clicking the Zoom tool in th...

Reducing digital noise
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Reducing digital noise provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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