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Noise issues post processing

 
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Nov 22, 2014 08:52 |  #16

samsen wrote in post #17286687 (external link)
I hear nothing too. Where is the noise?

Completely agree. A print at A3+ would be fine, how much bigger do you need to go? I cannot see a major noise issue.


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Dec 02, 2014 02:24 |  #17

LeanneC wrote in post #17285475 (external link)
I'm editing a recent session and the images coming out of lightroom have a ton of noise. When I zoom in, I can actually see visable pixels. What am I doing wrong?

I shot in RAW @ 15mp... edited with lightroom and exported. This particular image was cropped, so it's esspecially obvious... but it went from a 20mb image, to a 2.2mp one!

ISO is 400, so could have been lower... but it still shouldn't be this bad. Any help or advice is appriciated. Thank you.

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I have the same issue with my 7D and is really frustrating, after read a lot of articles/forums I found two options for working with my photos:

1. Use DPP to import files.

or

2. Use LR with some tricks
Let me try to explain and let see if it works for you too....
Go into LR to Develop tab and find "Camera Calibration" by default you will see:
Process: 2012 (Current)
So change it to 2010 or 2003 now get back 2012... you will see a little difference (less noise) Why? don't ask but it works! haha..
Also change "Adobe Standard" to "Camera Standard" in Profile so you will get a better tone.

Optional: (Set to 0)
Into Develop --> Detail
Sharpening Amount: 25 (by default)
Noise Reduction: Play with this option until you get the results desired

I hope it works for you!

(Sorry for my English!) :P


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