Advanced noise reduction with the Median method


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Advanced noise reduction with the Median method

So I mentioned before that Lightroom's develop module and the Camera Raw plugin are the very best places to do noise reduction. And that's true for a single image. But I want to show you a really neat trick to do incredibly advanced noise reduction using multiple images. Now, these images of my sunglasses here, they all look like the same shot. They look like duplicates of the same file, but they're actually not. Let's come into full screen and toggle through these. And if you look really carefully you'll notice they're moving just a little bit.

That's because I've taken number of different shots of the exact same thing. They were taken in very, very low light. In fact if we were to come down here we'd probably see that this was shot at ISO 640, without a flash, at one fifteenth of a second, so the iPhone's doing everything it can to gather all of the information. And if we look at this, there's a lot of noise, understandably. So, I'm going to show you two...

Advanced noise reduction with the Median method
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Advanced noise reduction with the Median method provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Bryan O'Neil Hughes as part of the Noise Reduction and Sharpening in Lightroom and Photoshop

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