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What is noise and how to handle it? (in 5 minutes ;)

Hi everyone,I think noise (or “grain” as called in the analog photography) is the most common problem of most of us, especially for photographers who work outdoor without artificial lighting. There are many softwares, plugins and filters who try to deal with noise issue and most of us use them as “subtle” as possible, just because whenever you try to clean noise, you clean some of the valuable details off of your photos too...Whatever software you use to clean noise, you should first... continue reading

Assignment Again

It's my 2nd time getting an image accepted in an assignment.I got the 2nd prize in the previous one, but I kind of have lower hopes for this one. I shouldn't, right? I should love all of my images equally as a dad should love all of his children!I love you little grain & leaves :P continue reading

How to determine your camera's ISO tipping point

Here is another great link for all who are still learning. (Like myself).This one talks about ISO...Mine is 400 also, anything over that is BAD!Hope this helps. All cameras are different. Happy shootingDebbie continue reading

Getting the most out of your gear - Noise

Photographic gear, of course ;)Maybe the professional doesn't need to worry that much about grain/noise. Modern and professional (expensive) cameras create noise free images on most situations ...But I do worry about it, I can't afford top quality hardware so I have to work with what I have. Especially for those others facing this kind of issue, I decided to share some tips and tricks.If you decide you absolutely need to reduce noise of a particular difficult image, go for it, Neat Image... continue reading

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