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Digital Noise

by Brooke Tasovac (follow)
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Digital Noise: Digital noise is the appearance of obvious specks in an image, especially when viewed on-screen.

It occurs when some of the pixels on a digital camera sensor are less sensitive to light, which degrades the clarity of a photograph.

Digital noise is more likely to be seen in images that are taken using a high ISO or when shooting with long exposures because a camera sensor can’t capture detail as efficiently in low light as it can in bright light.

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