Despeckle vs. Dust & Scratches


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Despeckle vs. Dust & Scratches

All right, now for two more averaging functions. These are Despeckle and Dust & Scratches, and I have applied the Median filter with a Radius of 16 pixels to the 3 BL layer right there. I have now selected the 4 BR layer, which is ready to be edited. Here's how it works. I am going to go to the Filter menu, choose Noise. Despeckle and Dust & Scratches in many ways are kind of opposites of each other. Despeckle is going in and averaging the non-edges and keeping the edges intact, whereas Dust & Scratches one that gives you control. Notice it's got the dot dot dot.

Despeckle doesn't. Dust & Scratches is allowing you to average the edges inside of an image and preserve the non- edges. So we'll see how that works. Let's start with Despeckle. Now Despeckle is a pretty subtle filter and you typically apply it multiple times in a row if you are going to use it at all. It's really looking for single pixel anomalies essentially inside of an image or small ...

Despeckle vs. Dust & Scratches
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Despeckle vs. Dust & Scratches provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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