Dealing with High ISO images: AI-based noise reduction software for photography
We’re back this week as Jason has returned from his photo safari to Isla Bastimentos in Panama. Many of Jason’s images were captured at ISOs well above ISO 6400. Today we’ll discuss the latest AI-based tools for noise removal, including Adobe Lightroom, DXO Pure Raw 3, and Topaz Photo AI. All of these tools are excellent, but we use them differently depending on our workflow needs.
We found that although all three of these programs did a good job removing noise, there were some significant differences in workflow between the products. Listen to hear which of these tools came out on top, and why!
Do your high-iso images seem noisy? Chances are that it has nothing to do with your camera, and a lot to do with your image processing. Here are some tips for dealing with noise in your raw digital images.
After my Nikon D500 ISO post yesterday, seems as though people didn’t agree with my assessment that the Nikon D500 handles noise very well through ISO 6400. In particular, several people were pointing out that the D500 obliterates fine details at higher ISOs.