Despeckle a Photo in Photoshop CS6
Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you how you can despeckle an image in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7.
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.
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.
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.
We click "Filter" at the top.
We move the cursor to "Noise".
We click "Despeckle". We can see that the image has been smoothed very slightly. Nothing pops up when we click it.
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.
If we want to step back, then we click "Edit" and "Step Backward". Alternatively, we can click "Ctrl", "Alt", and "Z".
We can go on and edit the image.
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Video: Despeckle a Photo in Photoshop CS6
Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Freya