Monday, August 31, 2015

Reducing High ISO Noise In Your Photos | Lightroom 6 & CC Retouching Tutorial

Reducing High ISO Noise In Your Photos | Lightroom 6 & CC Retouching Tutorial
   Is high ISO noise plaguing your photos? In this retouching tutorial we focus mainly on how to reduce that bothersome sensor noise in your photos and I will show you one of my tricks to retaining detail in your subject, while also removing noise were its most noticeable.


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About This Photo:

This photo was taken in Singapore in 2014. Camera used was the Canon EOS 70D and lens was the Tamron SP 70-300mm Di VC Lens. Exposure used was ISO1600, f/4, 1/200sec @70mm. This was taken at a bird park with lots of trees and covering. Plus it was partly cloudy. So I ended up having to use ISO ranges all day from 800 to 3200. Flash was not an option as it would disturb the animals. This little fella here seemed to want its photo taken, little did I really know it really just wanted to flog me and peck me on the head. We managed to do both. LOL


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