Reduce noise and Make tack-sharp photos Photoshop CS6


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Reducing noise and making tack-sharp photos

An important step in your overall Camera Raw workflow is sharpening and noise reduction, and here what I want to do is take a look at how we can use the sharpening and noise reduction controls and also how we can integrate these steps into our overall workflow. So go ahead and select these two files here. Then navigate to the File pulldown menu and choose Open in Camera Raw. Let's start off with this first photograph here. This is a picture that I captured in a low light setting with a high ISO. Yet at this zoomed out perspective, well, the image, it looks fine, yet if we zoom in to 100%, we'll see that the image actually isn't in that great of shape.

Let's go ahead and click on this icon here and go to 100% and then press the Spacebar and then click and drag to reposition the photograph. What you'll notice is that when you get up close, well, there's a lot of noise in the background and on the texture of the skin and all the different areas of the photograph. Let ...

Reducing noise and making tack-sharp photos
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Reducing noise and making tack-sharp photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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