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Dealing with noise the smarter way

New article posted: Dealing with noise the smarter way
55-250mm standard lenses. Dual tube macro flash and external speedlit...
Posted: 07/03/2013, 21:49:24 PM
As a novice myself, I found this article informative, interesting & useful. Tx
Posted: 07/04/2013, 08:54:24 AM
"I guess you know about the method of removing chromatic aberrations using a blurred layer set to color mode and then using mask?"

Posted: 07/04/2013, 11:58:30 AM

I really don't want to write another 300 words on that method. That's way above my pay grade.
But you can find it in the forums. :)
55-250mm standard lenses. Dual tube macro flash and external speedlit...
Posted: 07/04/2013, 12:31:55 PM
Useful. Thanks.
Posted: 07/04/2013, 12:40:25 PM
thanks for everything Pratik ! Another very interesting and useful article, you are a book of knowledge !
Cinema Camera for video. Lenses: Nothing but the best: primes and...
Posted: 07/05/2013, 16:49:55 PM
Mudplucker, I am just a book of knowledge right now, maybe. I'm trying to be a photo album of knowledge though. I will have a huge port sooner or later and join the big guys we admire so much. I'm one of the crazy guys who doesn't back off, whatever happens.
55-250mm standard lenses. Dual tube macro flash and external speedlit...
Posted: 07/06/2013, 00:26:18 AM
Robin-with all your insight and hard work I know you will make it!
Cameras, lenses, phone, eyes, feet and a car.
Posted: 07/06/2013, 11:00:29 AM
Thanks a lot for sharing!
ED, Nikkor 24-70mm 1:2.8 ED, Nikkor 70-200 1:2.8 ED VRII, Nikon S...
Posted: 07/07/2013, 07:05:42 AM
Useful,thank you for sharing!
Posted: 07/07/2013, 13:21:12 PM
Thanks for sharing! :)
Nikon Equipment, Nikon Lenses, Professional Photo Software
Posted: 07/07/2013, 21:06:58 PM
thanks for shearing
Canon 50d, Tamron 28-70mm f2.8, Sigma 50mm f1.4
Posted: 07/10/2013, 10:11:45 AM
Great thanks for sharing.
and equipment: - Nikkor 70-300 mm - Nikkor 18-105 mm...
Posted: 07/11/2013, 17:58:44 PM
Excellent advice!
USM, Vintage Canon FD 50mm 1.4 fim lens with Fotodiox adaptor. Pana...
Posted: 07/23/2013, 06:56:18 AM
Interesting blog about digital noise but I think you should be looking at the quality of glass (lens) you are using, it must be a very slow lens. One helpful hint might be to get a good tripod and a 4 second shutter is easily handled and you can shoot at 200 asa!
Thus doing away with excessive digital noise.
Another thing one should use noise reduction siftware that not part of RAW processing you will get a much better end image as there are limitations to noise reduction within a RAW processor, like Adobe RAW.
Nikon D800.
Posted: 07/26/2013, 01:27:28 AM
Exactly, but what if you cannot really use a shutter speed longer than 1/60 second? And your good lens still isn't wide enough? That's what the article is about. I have been frustrated many times because of these situations.
Regarding noise reduction, better to always use the manufacturer's own RAW processor rather than generic ones like Adobe RAW because they use generic noise removal algorithm supposed to work properly with everything rather than work best with each one. The generic ones would work great as long as you don't stretch them too far.
55-250mm standard lenses. Dual tube macro flash and external speedlit...
Posted: 07/26/2013, 02:25:14 AM