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In this instructable, I will show you how to make average photos pop by tweaking a few small things in Photoshop. By changing a few variables in a si...
You will need: A digital photograph Photo editing software (in this case, Photoshop CS5) A computer (obviously.) A few quick minutes of your time.
This is a relatively easy step-open your photo editing software (again, in this case Photoshop) and click the "File" tab, then click the "Open" option...
This is the first thing that was taught to me in photo editing (once we got all that super hard opening-files stuff behind us). Find the "Levels" opt...
If you click the "Channel" box, you can switch it over to the colors "R" "G" and "B"-which is what you want to do. Switch to the "R" or "Red" channe...
In the Channel selector window, repeat the same process for clearing the noise on the other two channels: "G" for Green and "B" for Blue.
And there you have it-believe it or not, these simple steps will touch up your photos and really make them sing! Simple noise reduction -can- be done...
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