How to Use the Noise Reduction filter Photoshop CS6


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Using the Noise Reduction filter

To a greater or lesser degree, almost every digital file needs some sort of noise reduction applied to it, and what typically happens is that when we look at our photograph from a distance, like with this picture, it looks great, it's looks fine. Yet, when we start to zoom in, say by double-clicking the Zoom tool, which will take us to 100%, what we'll soon discover is that there's all sorts of noise. You can see the color noise in the background. Press the Spacebar key and then just click-and-drag around and you see the noise is on the background and also on the subject.

Well how then can we reduce this noise? Well there is a noise reduction filter which we can run in order to get rid of color and also luminance noise. To do that, let's go ahead and convert this layer to a smart object. We'll go to our Filter pulldown menu and choose Convert for Smart Filters. Here we'll go ahead and click OK. Now we can do this either by using a smart object or converting this to ...

Using the Noise Reduction filter
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Using the Noise Reduction filter provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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Photography
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