Reducing noise


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Reducing noise

If you shoot with a digital camera and use a high ISO, or if you are shooting in dark circumstances, you are bound to get some digital noise in your photographs. Fortunately Photoshop has a pretty good Noise Reduction filter built-in. I am going to zoom into this image, so that you can see the noise in the backs of these seals, and you can see it's particularly prevalent in the shadows. To deal with this, I am going to come at the Filter menu at the top of the screen, go down to Noise and choose Reduce Noise. I could convert this file for Smart Filters first so that my filter would be re-editable.

But I have shown you that in other movies, so I am going to move right on to Reduce Noise. That opens this large dialog box where I see a preview of the image. As long as the Preview box is checked, I could also preview my image out here, but I just don't have room on my screen at the moment. I am going to start by taking all these sliders over to the left to see the image as it is wi...

Reducing noise
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Reducing noise provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS4 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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