Reducing shadow noise


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Reducing shadow noise

Now at this point you maybe wondering, OK, this is great. All these different ways to reduce noise, address fall sharpening, and so on, but what about that original guy, that Dangerous gentleman.dng image that we saw a few exercises back? How do we get rid of the noise that was showing up in the dark shadow details inside the image? Well, it actually turns out to require yet a different approach. In order to catch up with this image, lets go ahead and scroll over here, inside the 05_for_source folder.

You will see that there is this image called Sharp on sharp.dng, meaning that we have sharp focus combined with a sharp fellow. I am going to go ahead and press Ctrl+R, Command+R in the Mac, in order to open this image. This is the sharpened version of the image, so this is the after version. If you go over here to the Sharpening controls, you can see that I have applied an Amount value of 80, that was on the high side, that was for demonstrational purpose. I really recommend something more in th...

Reducing shadow noise
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Reducing shadow noise provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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