How To Reduce Noise In Your Close-Up Photos

“In close-up photography, you often use fast shutter speeds to help battle the wind or freeze the action of your subject (such as a butterfly feeding on a flower).

To get these faster shutter speeds without sacrificing your desired depth of field, your only option is to use higher ISOs (making your camera’s sensor more sensitive).

Unfortunately, at these higher ISOs, sometimes you get some really ugly noise in the background.”

Editor: Steve Berardi
Tutorial: http://photoink.org/how-to-reduce-noise-in-your-close-up-photos-using-photoshop