Removing noise


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Removing noise

When you shoot in low light, it's very easy to get noise in the image. This is because the camera adjusts the sensitivity to really get to a proper exposure when there's not a lot of light. The more you boost the camera, the more you'll see noise in the digital image. Now, this photo looks great, but if I zoom in to 200%, you start to see some of the noise, particularly in the shadowy areas. Notice all of this aberration here in the glass. I'll go over to the Adjust tab, and start to pull the De-noise Slider over, and notice how it takes that out.

Now, if you overdo it, your image is going to start to look milky. As you see here, it's too much. So, I'm going to back that off a bit, and put a little bit of Sharpness back in after I pull out the noise. So if we look in some of those areas now, Shift key for before, and after. Let's go to 200%; you'll really see that. Before, after; a lot of the distracting noise has been removed.

Now, you'll really see this p...

Removing noise
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Removing noise provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Enhancing Photos with iPhoto

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