Let’s face it – if you’re a low light photographer, you’re constantly battling noise. In fact, the most common post-processing questions I get – by far – all relate to noise reduction. For years I’ve had people asking how my high ISO shots (ISO 1600-12,800) look so clean. They often look for a special plug-in or piece of software that’ll magically do the trick, but that’s not necessary. If you have Lightroom and Photoshop, you already have the tools I use for nearly all my noise reduction (BONUS – you can also just use Photoshop and Camera RAW too – there’s a supplement included in the video that shows you the minor differences).
In this 1.5 hour video course, I’m going to show you everything you need to know to win the war on noise. From better capture in the field to knocking out the noise during post processing, it’s all covered. Pretty much everything I know about noise reduction is in this series.
|Module 1||Part 1 - Field Techniques and the Basics of Lightroom Noise Reduction|
|Unit 2||Video # 1 - Intro And Field Techniques|
|Unit 3||Video #2 - Basic Lightroom Noise Reduction Techniques|
|Module 2||Part 2 - Lightroom and Photoshop Combination Techniques|
|Unit 1||Video # 3 - Using Lightroom and Photoshop For Noise Reduction|
|Unit 2||Video # 4 - Advanced Blending And Sharpening Techniques|
|Unit 3||Bonus Materials|