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Murdock2013
   Face painting tiger    Found a higher one Erin. ISO 3200 Nikon D5100. This image funny enough is my most popular image.
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Cjmgrafx
I've been terrified to try uploading anything high ISO. I was mainly using a D200 and it was horrible on anything above about 400.

I bought a used D300 from a friend, its much better handling high ISO, so I may try to shoot something high just to see how it turns out for stock.
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Pindiyath100

Originally posted by Luisrsphoto:
Quoted Message: WOW! So the record belongs to Luvemak with 2500 (*) in a 60D! And I was frighten to increase up to 800 with my 5D2 ...(*) Pindiyath100 states 10000, but I guess that there are too much zeros in that number ...


checked the exif data of the picture again and it clearly shows 'ISO-10000' Picture was shot in C1 custom mode :)
DG OS HSM, Canon EF 24-70mm f / 2.8L II USM, Canon EF 24-105mm f / 4...
Edited: 10/14/2013, 11:40:36 AM
Alvera
Maybe the right question is: "Which is your maximum ISO photo STRAIGHT FROM THE CAMERA that has been accepted?
Because a Noise Slider Master can make the unbelievable - believable :)
Posted: 10/14/2013, 01:37:19 AM
Cjmgrafx
Some of the Canon (like Pindiyath100 used) and Nikon bodies have an expanded ISO mode that shoot up to ISO 25,000.

My guess is that is the mode the camera was in when the photo was shot. I'm not sure how those modes work for reporting the settings, just my best guess.
Posted: 10/14/2013, 11:31:01 AM
ecadphoto
I agree Alvera...but I add luminance to almost every image ISO 400 or over (especially blue sky ones!)

Cjmgrafx, my camera does the expanded ISO as well. I don't use it though...
Tamron 60mm F2; Tamron AF 28-300mm F3.5; Canon Speedlite 430EX II; ...
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Alvera
What means add luminance?
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Icefront
ISO 1600
   New born baby boy   
Professional studio, lighting, Canon equipment with L-grade lenses
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Cjmgrafx

Originally posted by ecadphoto:
Quoted Message: I agree Alvera...but I add luminance to almost every image ISO 400 or over (especially blue sky ones!) Cjmgrafx, my camera does the expanded ISO as well. I don`t use it though...


Luvemak, If you have a moment, can you take one shot with your camera in expanded ISO just to see what it reads when you bring it into your editing software. I'm curious about how it will display.

My camera goes to 3200, then has three H settings, but it physically displays as H1, not an actual number.
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ecadphoto
Alvera - just the luminance slider in Lightroom. It removes the noise quite well. I believe there is a slider in PS Camera Raw as well.
Tamron 60mm F2; Tamron AF 28-300mm F3.5; Canon Speedlite 430EX II; ...
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ecadphoto
Cjmgrafx, I'm going to have to try that. I know the option is available, but you have to change some settings to use it. Time to experiment a bit!
Tamron 60mm F2; Tamron AF 28-300mm F3.5; Canon Speedlite 430EX II; ...
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Bradcalkins
ISO 1600 from my Micro Four Thirds camera:

   Paint splatter   

The right subject can mask noise quite a bit, and require little noise reduction. Here is an ISO4000 shot from this little sensor that does pretty well, I think (not selling this one, though): Portrait at ISO4000
ZD 50mm Macro f/2...
Posted: 10/15/2013, 11:16:59 AM
Miraclemoments
Have no idea which one but I think it was 1600 with Canon 60D
f3.5-5.6 Sigma 17-50 f2.8 Sigma 17-70 f4-5.6 Sigma 30 f1.4 ART Si...
Posted: 10/15/2013, 12:01:12 PM
Agaliza
6400 on my D600, but I reduced the noise in LR.
Posted: 10/15/2013, 12:06:19 PM
Photomo
   Hand with beer glass in the air in a concert   iso 800 with canon 650d
EOS 750D | EFS 15-85 IS | EFS 50-250 IS | Samyang 8mm CS II | NissinDi...
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Alvera

Originally posted by ecadphoto:
Quoted Message: Alvera - just the luminance slider in Lightroom. It removes the noise quite well. I believe there is a slider in PS Camera Raw as well.


Oh, I understand, the Luminance slider from the Noise Reduction section. May I correct you? You don't add luminance there, you reduce the luminance noise. There are two types of noise, luminance and color (the color slider is below the luminance one). Luminance noise is less offensive in pictures than color noise, and a bit harder to remove in software. Color noise is more obvious, it shows up as small dots of random colors in a picture. It is easier to remove with software, and is far more noticeable in pictures.
Edited: 10/16/2013, 03:51:12 AM
Alvera

Originally posted by Bradcalkins:
Quoted Message: The right subject can mask noise quite a bit, and require little noise reduction.


Yes, the right subject mask the noise. The rule is to avoid dark zones when shooting with high ISO.
Posted: 10/16/2013, 03:47:06 AM
Pindiyath100
And the winner is....drum rolls.... Congratulations, Murdock!! :)
DG OS HSM, Canon EF 24-70mm f / 2.8L II USM, Canon EF 24-105mm f / 4...
Posted: 10/16/2013, 04:02:00 AM
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