Chroma noise

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The Chroma noise in pho­tos shows as ran­dom speck­les of red, green and blue pix­els where they shouldn’t be. It also ap­pears as larger ar­eas of un­even colour in your photo. By de­fault Light­room has a set­ting of 25 for Amount. This is ac­tu­ally a spot-on choice for most pho­tos. If any­thing, it may even be slightly ag­gres­sive, but not so much as to war­rant worry.

Use De­tail to help pre­vent re­moval of small ar­eas of colour that are sup­posed to be there. To re­move the larger ar­eas of un­even colour and colour band­ing, use Smooth­ness.

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