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Keep on using DeNoise AI with Lightroom or spending time to learn using DeNoise AI with Adobe Photoshop?

adonetok

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I use DeNoise AI with Adobe Lightroom for about a year.
I like them very much and still keep on learning.
Someone told me that using DeNoise AI with Adobe Photoshop is also a great way.
I found out a lesson in Youtube. It is intresting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KD9bd-b-6iw

Is it worth of spending lot of time to learn using DeNoise AI with Adobe Photoshop?
 

Jimmsp

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Green Valley, Arizona, USA
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Classic
I think it is. I will send an almost finished tiff to PS from LR.
If the original file is very noisy, more than what I like to do with LR, I'll use Denoise AI on a new PS Layer. I'll follow that with Sharpen AI in a new layer.
I like to do this in PS, as I can mask better and easier in PS than Topaz does.
I can also do other fine polishing in PS, like fixing defects, removing distractions, etc. PS can do much of this better than LR , imo.

Then when I am finished, I send the file back to LR via a simple Save.
 
Joined
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Location
Houston, TX USA
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Power User
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Cloud Service
I use DeNoise AI with Adobe Lightroom for about a year.
I like them very much and still keep on learning.
Someone told me that using DeNoise AI with Adobe Photoshop is also a great way.
I found out a lesson in Youtube. It is intresting.

Is it worth of spending lot of time to learn using DeNoise AI with Adobe Photoshop?

You don’t need to abandon the quality organization and asses management of Lightroom.

Start with DeNoise if you wish and create a lossless RGB derivative which you then import into Lightroom. Classic.


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