Retroactively reducing noise


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Retroactively reducing noise

I have saved the results of the previous exercise as High frequency sharpening.psd and we are way the heck zoomed in on this window inside the image so that we can see the frightful amount of luminance noise that we have brought out as well as the fair amount of color noise going on and we need to defeat both the luminance noise and the color noise using the Reduce Noise Filter and here is how we are going to do that. First of all I want you to turn off Smart Sharpen, so that we are seeing the original color noise. So we will address the color noise first then we will swap the order of the Filters and then we will address the luminance noise after we can see it enhanced by Smart Sharpen and I think this will make sense to you as we work our way through.

So go up here to the Filter menu, choose Noise and then choose Reduce Noise, if you loaded D keys you have a keyboard shortcut of Shift+F9 and I have gone ahead and created some settings actually. If you go to Color noise slider and reaso...

Retroactively reducing noise
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Retroactively reducing noise provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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