ISO 6400. OMG

ahuyevshi

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1/60 @ 1.2

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OzRay

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You can get surprisingly good high ISO results, but they can also be improved substantially. A good friend recommended Noiseware to me and after I tried it out, bought it right away. It's simply the best noise cleaning product that I've come across and I have Noise Ninja, Neat Image and have tried many others. Noiseware at: http://www.imagenomic.com/nwpg.aspx. I did a quick test on your shots and they come up very well.

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Ray
 

BillN

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Boris - now he does need a haircut

I also have got used to that noise and quite like it - as someone on here said - if it means getting a shot or not - it's worth it
 

BillN

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I reckon that style would suit me as a "Shooter" - very distinguished - but I would need to add a bit in some places

Intrigued to know what they are looking at - seems like some kind of "match" but it can't be looking at the background - good to see them "together"
 

steve

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There are obvious technical issues at high isos, but the quality of this image exceeds those limitations. The noise here looks like it belongs in this image. Very well done.
 
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