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Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by ahuyevshi, Mar 15, 2010.
1/60 @ 1.2
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.
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
Ray, I ran it through noiseware with Portrait filmgrain preset
Tis a beautiful thing ya got going there I tell ya....
A beautiful thing.....
Thanks Don, Thanks Bill. He is getting older and almost senile but I think he has always been. That's his typical hairdo Bill
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"
Bill, You are a Shooter.....
Somehow the power outage didn't affect the living room. They were watching Dora
I like the noise... What wrong with a little noise? Works well with B&W, well done.
The noise did work well on those two photos. I enjoyed the photos. Well done!
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.
Ah, OK. It'd be interesting to see how clean you could make it as well. ISO 6400 with my E3 is nowhere near as good as that of the Pen 1/2.
Great shots, Boris. Maybe we should have an ISO 6400 thread, just to remind us what's possible?
I thought this was