Join Bryan O'Neil Hughes for an in-depth discussion in this video Removing noise, adding grain, and sharpening, part of Lightroom and Photoshop: Black-and-White Photography.
- We talked earlier about noise and grain…and what those mean in a Lightroom workflow.…I want to talk about them…in the context of Photoshop…and what you want to do, where.…And to do this,…I picked a noisy file from the exercise files.…If you don't have the exercise files,…I'm sure you've got a high ISO image somewhere.…Something that has a lot of noise in it.…Okay, so this is a great example…of an image shot in low light…and there's a lot of noise in here…and if I were to open the Shadows up even more,…we would see even more of it.…
Now, the first thing I want to tell you…is Camera Raw is the place…that you want to remove noise.…This is where you want to do that.…You don't want to do it in Photoshop,…although there is a reduce noise command there.…And what you can see here is that…this is the image as it came off the camera…and I've got a couple sliders.…If I were to take the Color slider…and move that over,…I'm washing away all of that color noise.…Although, you'll notice I'm perserving…the glow in the in the halo.…
AuthorBryan O'Neil Hughes
- Why black and white?
- Shooting with black and white in mind
- Preparing color images
- Black-and-white mixing and adding toning
- Utilizing presets effectively
- Creating black-and-white HDR images with Lightroom and Photoshop
- Taking advantage of black-and-white adjustment layers
- Adjusting the toning of images
- Working with the Silver Efex plugin
- Converting to black and white on the go
Skill Level Intermediate
Photography Foundations: Black and Whitewith Ben Long3h 3m Intermediate
Photoshop Insider Training: Enhancing Photoswith Bryan O'Neil Hughes1h 37m Intermediate
1. Black-and-White Considerations
Thinking in black and white1m 23s
2. Black-and-White First Steps in Lightroom
3. Black and White in Photoshop
5. An End-to-End Workflow
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