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Photo noise reduction software

Noise Reduction

Often when you take photos in low light with a high ISO setting, the end result has a couple of imperfections like light or color patches. These imperfections are commonly referred to as “noise” (also called grain). The issue is that upon closer inspection this “noise” can be a distraction. It can make your images look grainy or gritty or let your colors appear inaccurate. Luckily, with the help of an adjustable and noise reduction tool, you can now remove digital noise from an entire image or simply from a specific area to improve the quality and make them attractive again. 

Why use Luminar?

No need to upgrade your camera

 Cheaper cameras often lead to issues with noise. Though, upgrading to a better camera is expensive. Luminar offers a much more affordable solution to this problem.

No learning curve

 With other photo-editing tools, you first need to find the preset that works for your requirements. What sets Luminar apart is that it does not rely on presets. Instead, it uses a unique algorithm.

Takes it one step further

After applying general denoising with the help of its algorithm, Luminar takes traditional denoising one step further. It looks at several factors such as the objects and colors and then adjusts the photo for an array of variables that include tint, exposure and color. The final result is much higher than what you would get with denoising alone.

More realistic results

 Thanks to the use of an improved AI filter, the software will actually recognize people in your photo and then applies the adjustments selectively to create more realistic results quickly.

What Noise Reduction tools are on offer?

 Experimenting with different presets can take a lot of time. To solve this issue, Luminar uses a one-of-a-kind algorithm. 

The Denoise Filter

 This standard control gets rid of grayscale noise from images. It identifies incorrectly colored pixels and then decolorizes them to make them less noticeable. You can also use it to smooth textures. By using Boost (found in Advanced Settings), you can increase how aggressively you want to apply the Denoise Filter to avoid over-processing.

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