Despeckle a Photo in Photoshop CS6

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  1. 1
    As we can see, there is an image that has been opened.
    We should do the same by creating a new document or opening an existing one.
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    Then, we ensure that we've clicked the right layer that we want to edit.
    The layers are at the right-hand side. This effect works best on an image that has not the best quality. We can also make an illusion that the picture has a better quality.
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    We zoom in.
    We can do that by either clicking the magnifying glass in the corner or by pressing "Ctrl" and "+" on the keyboard. In this video, we can see that the image does not have the best quality. The picture has some sort of speckles and noise.
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    We click "Filter" at the top.
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    We move the cursor to "Noise".
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    We click "Despeckle".
    We can see that the image has been smoothed very slightly. Nothing pops up when we click it.
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    If we click "Despeckle" again, the image will be a little more foggier.
    This effect does not sharpen the image. It is smoothing it out. We can use the effect with a sharp image effect as well. In this video, we may want to sharpen the eyes and make the ears smoother. It just depends for what we are going.
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    We zoom out now.
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    If we want to step back, then we click "Edit" and "Step Backward".
    Alternatively, we can click "Ctrl", "Alt", and "Z".
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    We can go on and edit the image.
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