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Chapter 9. Using Camera Raw > Color Noise Reduction

Color Noise Reduction

The Color Noise Reduction slider will attempt to blend in any colorful specks that appear on your image (Figure 9.33) by making them look similar to the colors that surround them (Figure 9.34). These colorful specks are often the result of shooting with high ISO settings on your digital camera. Just like with Luminance Smoothing, you'll want to be at 100% view and move the slider just high enough to blend the multicolored specks into your image.

Figure 9.33. With the Color Noise Reduction setting at zero, you can see specks of many different colors.



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