Noise will be visible if you use a high ISO setting on your camera. These annoying noises will literally have a big effect to your images. In this article, we will help you reduce noises using Adobe Lightroom.
There are a lot of image editing tools offering noise reduction services, however, you have to understand that the removal or reduction of noise is very delicate since it will also remove some important pixels and details in the picture. You have to use the best post-processing tool like Adobe Lightroom to help you remove noise without destroying the whole details. With Lightroom being a non-destructive tool, there’s no need to worry about damaging the original file setting of your image.
Moreover, because of this issue concerning noise reduction, it is recommended to be very extra careful in removing noise. Again, there are a lot of tools that were specifically designed to remove noise, but as a Lightroom user for years, I can assure you that it can help you remove those annoying noises due to high ISO settings.
The first thing you need to do is to identify noises in the picture. Some high ISO settings do not have a big effect on the image, you have to find it by zooming. In addition, noises come in two forms: Luminance and the most common noise, color noise.
To remove or reduce noise from an image in Lightroom, you have to open the detail panel in Lightroom’s develop module to show the sliders of noise reduction. From there, you can choose which slider to use: Luminance or color noise reduction.
Generally, you have the freedom to adjust the sliders until the noise in the picture is removed. However, you need to be really careful in adjusting the sliders to not destroy the whole quality of the image.