Corey shows a quick and easy way to remove noise from your photographs.
Awesome tutorial Thanks A lot
wonderful! you saved a photo for me!
I don’t see the noise :S zooming in at 100% and then scalingt the screen to does not give a visual, especially when you also use videocompression allogrithims.
May be an idea to zoom in to 300% when showing before/after scenario.
Saved my Life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SAVED MY LIFE TOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!
Your tutorials are awesome! You wouldn’t believe the process I used to use to try to remove noise.
Will these tips always be archived on the site?
Absolutely helpful. I am beginner at wedding photos and all my pictures taken had tremendous amount of noise. Had no way of fixing this until I look at you tips. BIG thank you. What would have caused this to happen?
Thank you for a great Tutorial, Corey.
Thank you so much, this was a life saver!!!
Great thanks so much! So simple yet the results are amazing.
Wow, thats so kool!
your tutorials are bomb!
you have no idea of the number of times you saved my life.
Awesome tutorial. Totally saved my photo 🙂
You just taught me how to never fear noise again in my photos, and how to finally control it in my landscapes for a huge step up in quality. I am forever grateful!!! Thank you, thank you thank you!
The point of this tutorial is surface blur on particular channels.
Thank You Very Much
Awesome tutorial, Thank you so much!!!!!!
I am working on film cameras and I don’t like film noise like some does :D. This is the first good tutorial about removing noise I found so far. Thanks ;).
“This is the first good tutorial about removing noise I found so far” I second that!! Thanx!!
Thanks heaps! sometimes your voice sounds like Tom Hanks! Nice one!
WOW!! wonderful ,, saved my life
This was BY FAR the best tutorial I found for reducing noise in my digital photos. Thank you very much for sharing! =]
An instant bookmark! Reallly thanks.
awesome!! it worked wonders on my photographs.. ones i had shot at a much higher iso.. thanks! 🙂
Jeez All this time using reduce noise filter and being disappointed and yet it is this simple to get the result im looking for.. Thanks great job!
I completely love you! I had to shoot hockey pics at a high ISO and couldn’t use a flash. When I lightened the pics, they were so grainy. I was devastated. I know nothing about photoshop (mainly use Bridge), but I stumbled upon this video in an effort to save my pics, and YOU DID IT! There are no words to say how much I appreciate this!
Awesome tutorial. Very quick and easy.
Thanks for this, Corey!! Saved my bacon too!
thanks so much!!!
Thank you so much!! I was in tears when I saw how awfully grainy the wedding photos had turned out and was devastated with them, and dissapointed in myself. I think i can recover most of them now – thanks to your tutorial!! Many thanks!
This is very much helpful….
Thank you Corey….
I just shot a roll of ISO 400 film and it was terribly grainy.
Now many of my images are usable!
Thank you so much! This will definately help in future.
Thanks a lot, very useful
thanks for the tut, very nice tips there. I did not know about the surface blur, reeeaaaally useful!
Awesome Tut, helped alot and will for future!
This didn’t work for me… I use photoshop cs5. My photographs remain noisy whatever I do 🙁
Thanks for the tutorial. i have been playing it over and over again, but I couldn’t reall find out which one to open (e.g filter) Do yu have this in writen? I think it will be easier if I’ll follow you through writing. I am confuse where is the boxes coming from.
Thank you so much!
Lamielle from Switzerland
You also can try separating the channels.
Great Tutorial! It’ll surely help me in my Digital Photography Class around the corner! Man, this great! I figured it wasn’t possible to remove noise so easily! Thanks!
Great noise removal technique mate 🙂
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