How to Eliminate Noisy HDR Photos with Trey Ratcliff

March 05

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Have you ever wondered how to remove noise (grainy looking dots or colored specks) from your low-light images? Trey Ratcliff demonstrates how to do this using different levels of noise reduction in specific areas of an image. You can do this in Aurora with a set of bracketed images or a single image.


What you will learn:

  • Where to look for noise in an image
  • Using the Adjustment Layer
  • How to use the HDR Denoise filter in Aurora
  • Using the Masking Brush to selectively paint away noise
  • Comparing the before and after image
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Images by Trey Ratcliff

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