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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Lose Noise With Plug-Ins

Caponigro explains why and how he uses Noiseware

Lose Noise With Plug-InsWho doesn’t have noise? If you don’t run into noise in your digital images, at least once in a while, you may not be pushing the envelope enough.  Read More...

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Blur Color Noise In Photoshop

Try this simple but powerful technique to make a cleaner-looking image

Blur Color Noise In PhotoshopWhen you have noise in an image, there’s a lot you can do about it.  Read More...

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Reduce Noise With Adobe Camera Raw And Lightroom

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom both offer easy-to-use controls that will reduce noise without compromising image sharpness, saturation or hue variety

Reduce Noise With Adobe Camera Raw And LightroomReducing noise in Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom (the controls and results are identical) is easy. There are only two sliders for two different kinds of noise—Luminance and Color.  Read More...

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Reduce Noise With Photoshop Filters

Despeckle, Dust & Scratches, Median and Reduce Noise are all tools that are built into Photoshop, and they may be the only tools you need

Reduce Noise With Photoshop FiltersDespeckle, Dust & Scratches, Median and Reduce Noise.  Read More...

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


To make consistent prints, a proofing regimen is a good idea

ProofingProofing: Evaluating an image printed on a particular substrate, making adjustments, reprinting, reevaluating the image, and repeating until optimum results are achieved.  Read More...

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Noise: Lose It, Part II

Reducing chrominance and luminance noise at capture

Noise: Lose It, Part IIKnowing the type and kind of noise produced will help guide you to solutions to reduce it.  Read More...

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Noise: Lose It, Part I

Eliminate noise at the source

Noise: Lose It, Part INoise happens. There’s always some degree of noise present in any electronic device that receives or transmits a signal.  Read More...

Friday, April 10, 2009

Noise—Use It

The first in a series of columns about controlling noise

Noise—Use ItNoise. It happens. What is it? Texture not native to the subject photographed, but introduced by the capture medium, editing process or output media. There are many reasons why it happens. There are things you can do to avoid it and things you can do to reduce it. (All are subjects for the future.) But once it’s there, noise often can be hard to separate from the detail of the subject; it may obscure it. Bottom line: It’s better not to have noise. If you need noise, you can always add it later. Need noise? Yes. There are many uses for noise. Today, we have more control over noise than at any other time in the medium.  Read More...

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Aesthetics Of XDR

Using Extended Dynamic Range techniques judiciously will keep you from taking a good thing too far

Aesthetics Of XDRHDR imagery is expanding today’s photographic aesthetics. Identifying the characteristics of contemporary HDR images will help classicists and pioneers alike. The basic ingredients are desirable for both sensibilities, but in varying combinations and to different degrees.  Read More...


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