Working with the Reduce Noise filter


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Working with the Reduce Noise filter

A photograph's detail can be thought of as being made up of a range of frequencies. Low frequencies represent areas of minimal change, like the sky or flat surfaces. High frequencies represent areas of high detail, like textures and grain. The goal of simplification is to remove the high frequencies of a photo while maintaining the high-contrast edges. In this video, we will take a look at the Reduce Noise filter's capacity for removing these high frequencies.

Let's begin by going to the exercise files, and in chapter06 you'll find the toned_photo. So let's go ahead and open up our Reduce Noise filter, which you'll find in the Filter > Noise > Reduce Noise right here. And depending on how you have used this, or if you've never used it before, it may have some different settings on it, so I am just going to artificially kind of move these up to a setting that's more likely to be there.

The thing I want to get across to you is that you don't need the...

Working with the Reduce Noise filter
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Working with the Reduce Noise filter provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Street Scene

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Design
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Photoshop
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