I recently wrote a post about how I fixed a blurry bird photo, and Topaz Sharpen AI did an amazing job. But what about if you have noise in your image due to high ISO or a slightly underexposed image? How do you overcome noise in your nature photography? Well, Topaz has a terrific product that can help you with that as well.
As I don’t spend a huge amount of time (as I wish I could) with my Tamron 70-300mm on my camera out playing in nature. I often get a little rusty. I find I get a little excited when I find a great subject. A cool-headed nature photographer could run rings around me. I’m betting if you’re reading this, you might be a little of the same?
Using Topaz DeNoise AI to overcome noise
Trying to capture an action shot often means increasing my ISO to gain a fast shutter speed. I sometimes find when moving from sun to shadow, I also get a little underexposed. Both of these can cause unwanted noise in your images.
Using DeNoise AI can save a great shot and reduce the amount of noise considerably. You can try auto settings — I usually find Low Light is a terrific setting to use — but on this image I used the Severe Noise setting.
Learning the ropes
It really is all about practice, as with everything you wish to master. I must say since I actively started learning more and practicing my bird photography, it has improved significantly. There is still a ways to go. But thanks to Topaz DeNoise AI, I can help produce a final image I’m happy with.