Reducing color noise with Color


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Reducing color noise with Color

One of the things that can happen when you shoot a digital image is you can sometimes get color noise artifacts. If I zoom into 100% here, Command+1, Ctrl+1, you can see right away in the shadow areas, we are seeing this random red, green, and blue pixels muddying up our shadows. This can happen when you are shooting with high speed ISO or with the Telephoto Lens in low light or a couple of different scenarios there. What we want to do is get rid of the Color Noise here and just eliminate it so we see the image instead of seeing the distracting colors here. So to begin, we are going to go ahead and duplicate this layer. I want to name the duplicate as I make it, so Command+Option+J or Ctrl +Alt+J. We'll go ahead and name this Remove Color Noise. Great, and then we are going to set our blend mode to Color.

I am going to go ahead and change the blend mode to Color here from the pop-up list and then we'll go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. The trick here is to only blur it a...

Reducing color noise with Color
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Reducing color noise with Color provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop Blend Mode Magic

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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