Reduce Noise on a Studio Photo
Digital noise can appear even on professional photos made with high quality cameras, for example, if you use high ISO settings. Noise Buster suppresses both luminance and color noise on digital images.
The following photo has been taken with digital camera NIKON E5700 at ISO 400.
On the reduced copy noise is not visible, but if we scale up the photo to 100% or more it will become manifest: we can see luminance noise on the red background and color noise (red and violet blots) on the pet's hair.
Most likely the noise was caused by high sensitivity settings for the camera sensor.
To reduce noise in the photo open the image in AKVIS Noise Buster using the button.
Once the program has opened, filtering of the image will begin automatically. The result will be displayed in the After tab.
To filter the image further we use the settings displayed in the image below:
The filtration result will be shown in the preview area. To apply the filtration settings to the whole image press the button.
If you are happy with the result press the button to save the image to a file.
Below is an image fragment: on the left - before the filtration, on the right - after the filtration with the above-mentioned settings.