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Publisher Description

Although some people compare the noise in digital photography with the grain in analogical photography, they actually have little to do with each other. Grain is the consequence of using a material more sensitive to light, but also coarser in terms of texture, while digital noise is just an error that occurs when increasing the signal that the sensor captures too much.


- What is noise?

- Size and quality of sensor

- ISO and noise

- Preventing and controlling noise

- Buil-in systems

- Multi-exposure

- Overexposure

- In develop

- Noise Ninja

- Topaz DeNoise

- Neat Image

- Noise and resolution

- Conclusion

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2013
October 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
34
Pages
PUBLISHER
Ramón González de la Torre
SELLER
Ramon Gonzalez
SIZE
31.2
MB

Customer Reviews

CdrDave ,

Good for the price.

It’s a good introduction to noise and noise reduction in digital photography, presented at the introductory level. Chapter 10, using Topaz DeNoise is in Spanish. There are a few spelling and grammitical errors here and there, but they don’t affect the information presented.

The author’s approach to noise and noise reduction is mature and reasonable, i.e. not at the level of a "pixel-peeper."

If you’re new to digital photography and looking for a quick and easy introduction to what noise is, how to minimize it in your captures, and how to filter it in post, this is worth the modest price.

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