If you’ve been wondering, “Why are my photos grainy in Lightroom?” then you’re not alone. This problem isn’t something you should ignore. It can be fixed in the camera and can often be avoided by moving closer to your subject. Sometimes it helps to overexpose your photos to prevent them from becoming grainy, but remember that raising the ISO can lead to more digital noise.
In general, the Luminance setting is the one responsible for the most noticeable change in noise in your photos. By moving the slider to the right, you can soften your photos. Alternatively, you can increase the exposure to the point that noise reduction is no longer noticeable. Luckily, there’s a simple fix for this problem in Lightroom. But if you want to get rid of the noise altogether, here are a few ways to go about it.
First, you can try using the Luminance slider in Lightroom. This slider is found in the Details panel and allows you to adjust the amount of noise in your photos. Just be sure to use the correct amount, as too much noise reduction will make your photos look ‘plastic’. Also, be sure to check the image’s resolution. It should be around 300ppi. If your subject is very small, try zooming in from a higher resolution expotab.
Another way to fix this issue is to lower the ISO. Higher ISO settings will cause more grain in your photos. In general, higher ISO values cause better picture quality, but low ISO cameras have higher noise levels, so lower the ISO setting for your photos. The best option is to experiment with different settings to see what works for you. There are hundreds of ways to fix this issue in Lightroom. Once you have an idea of what causes the noise, you can move on to fixing the problem.