How to remove crazy noise in Photoshop

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How to remove crazy noise in Photoshop Noise. We all know it, most of the time we don’t like it. So, here is a super short tutorial on how to get rid of it – even if the noise is really strong. Here is what you’ve gotta do: duplicate your layer (optional, hehe) go to filter -> camera raw filter go to “detail”, the third option pallet play with luminance sliders and colour sliders create a layer mask and brush areas through to bring detail back in areas where you don’t want the effect (optional of course) duplicate the layer,…

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Bring Magic to a Forest using Photoshop

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Bring Magic to a Forest using Photoshop After processing my latest forest image, I thought its time to show you how I brought this super cool (and a little magic) light into the image using Photoshop. So here is the final image: The original was a little boring, so have a look at my tutorial to learn how to add some cool lighting to your own images! Part one – Increase the contrast and darken the image Start out with creating a Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer and increase the contrast. Then, create a Curve Adjustment layer and decrease the brightness a little…

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How to Create Light Rays in Photoshop

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How to Create Light Rays in Photoshop This is a little bit of an older post – but I checked it (July 2016), and it is actually not bad haha. So, lets jump in; here is how to create light rays in Photoshop. Part one – Identify the light source If you don’t have a good source of light, create one. For example, on a cloudy day, you might just be unlucky and the part you photographed did not have the sun behind the clouds. That is just not fair, which is why it can be helped. First, create a…

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