Reducing unwanted color and luminance noise


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Reducing unwanted color and luminance noise

Alright, next, let's work on the noise. Here, we'll increase the Luminance noise slider. And we'll do so just enough, we don't want to go too far. Because if you increase these values too far, you'll actually make the image appear a bit soft. Now what about the Color slider? Same thing, here we'll just bring this up until we see those color variations disappear. Now we can also fine tune the detail just a little bit. Here, it looks like having a lower detail amount will look good. Contrast will bring back a little bit more depth or contrast to that area so it isn't quite so smooshed or softened out.

And, you know, after you increase your noise reduction or you reduce that noise, sometimes you may need to add just a little bit more sharpening as well. Alright, well, what about the Radius slider? Well, you notice that the Radius slider by default is set to 1. That's typically because a lower radius is going to work better. Also, I should point out, the lower the resolution ...

Reducing unwanted color and luminance noise
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Reducing unwanted color and luminance noise provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Enhancing a Sunset Photograph with Lightroom and Photoshop

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Photography
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Photoshop Lightroom
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