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How To Handle High-ISO

Noise in Post-Processing

However, DxO applies DP as part of the RAW deconvolution process, which means that the whole question of chronology in…
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However, DxO applies DP as part of the RAW deconvolution process, which means that the whole question of chronology in applying adjustments is a non-issue: you can apply all your adjustments AND noise reduction simultaneously to the RAW file and it's all non-destructive. FWIW, dealing with high-ISO noise is EZ - process your RAWs with DxO PhotoLab Elite or PureRAW and apply DeepPRIME (DP) noise reduction. That will introduce noise into your images, but thankfully, modern post-processing software can do quite a lot to correct that, and this excellent video tutorial will show you how to leverage it to do just that.

One common mistake I see many newer photographers make is using too slow a shutter speed for the action they are photographing (or for preventing camera shake) in an attempt to….

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