Exposure is the first thing that needs to be fixed when editing an image because exposure affects everything else. What are some common exposure problems that people generally run into? In this video, Richard Harrington guides you through removing noise from an image in Adobe Lightroom.
- Noise is often caused by shooting at a higher ISO.…This is often prevalent in darker photos,…but there are other situations that can cause noise,…including heat or smaller sensor size.…Let me show you how to fix it.…Let's select our next image here.…And one of the first things that I recommend…to check for noise is to actually view the image.…Now, up here in the navigator,…you have a great control called 1:1.…If you click it, the image is going to punch in…so you can easily see the details.…
Now you can drag this box around…to see other parts of the photo.…And with this particular image, which was made…on a micro 4/3 sensor, very early in the morning,…it's got some noise.…I shot at a reasonable ISO of 640,…but the lens was open for 1 1/2 seconds,…which tends to produce a noisier image.…Let's scroll down to the details section,…and you'll see it also provides a loop.…If you don't want to use the navigator,…you can easily take this loop and just click…on a source point, and you'll always see a preview…down here.…
- Sizing an image
- Fixing exposure problems
- Fixing an image that is too bright or too dark
- White balancing a photo
- Changing the color of an object
- Fixing red eye and dark circles
- Controlling focus, perspective, and backgrounds
- Blurring backgrounds
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sizing an Image
2. Exposure Problems
3. Color Problems
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4. Retouching Problems
5. Controlling Focus, Perspective, and Backgrounds
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