How to Reduce Noise Using Smart Objects

A noiseless picture is something that photographers have sought after for ages. A decade ago, it was the limitations with ISO performance of sensors that made high ISO noise a formidable foe. Even with the latest mirrorless cameras where photographers today are able to push the limits of low-light performance, noise reduction via post-processing software still stays as an integral part of the workflow. Photoshop always had multiple built-in options for noise reduction, and there are also plenty of third-party noise-reduction plugins available as well. In this article, I will explain how to handle noise using Smart Objects. For a brief introduction to Smart Objects or if you are new to Photoshop, click here. Once the prerequisites are in place, this approach is a one-click solution for reducing noise.A noiseless picture is something that photographers have sought after for ages. A decade ago, it was the limitations with ISO performance of sensors that made high ISO noise a formidable foe. Even with the latest mirrorless cameras where photographers today are able to push the limits of low-light performance, noise reduction via post-processing software still stays as an integral part of the workflow. Photoshop always had multiple built-in options for noise reduction, and there are also plenty of third-party noise-reduction plugins available as well. In this article, I will explain how to handle noise using Smart Objects. For a brief introduction to Smart Objects or if you are new to Photoshop, click here. Once the prerequisites are in place, this approach is a one-click solution for reducing noise.Read MorePost ProcessingPhotography Life

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