Discussion in 'Digital Photography, Home and Portable Electronics' started by Funkgab, Feb 9, 2009.
Noise always looks better in black and white (in my opinion).
It kinda adds to the mood of it all.
ah i guess you guys are right.. its just i shoot so much sports, im used to chroma noise, but i agree, noise does give it a classier look
I have been tring to figure out the best ways to remove noise in some of my indoor shots as well. Generally I will remove color noise with lightroom and it seems to do a pretty decent job. Honestly, I hate to say it but a huge part of it is just being able to use a lower iso setting. I find that 800 and above will always give a fair bit of noise, and really no software, that I know of anyway, can remove it without altering the image significantly.
Best thing is what was mentioned.. slower shutter speed, lower iso, and open up on the aperture. Keep it below 400 iso and your noise should be kept to a minimum.
That said if anyone knows of any real quality methods or software that will reduce noise will maintaining IQ, please let us know!
Yep, you just need to live with noise sometimes.
If in doubt, turn it to B&W if you can =)
Always a good Photography trick.
this forum is starting to turn into the dpreview.com forum...
ZOMG THERES SO MUCH NOISE THERE THAT I CAN'T SEE THE CAT
On a more serious note, I leave some noise in my picture to they have "texture".
100% crop, trust me looks 10 times better when printed.
anyways, stop pixel peeping, start having fun taking pictures.
C'mon people, lets hear those shutters snapping
(or beeps in the shutter less cameras )
Wow you have a very good eye sight. You can capture those kind of beautiful view...I like it all. What did you use for moon picture? what did you use to make it big and looks so near and see all surface of it?. Very nice thank you for sharing those beautiful photos.
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This place is far from becoming dpreview.