Blue blue sky

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  1. Gary88

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    Ak! Grain!

    What was your ISO when you took this?
     
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    Nice.
     
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    Some timespeople make photo grainy on purpose. Was that your intention?
     
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    To my eye, it looks more like film grain than digital noise...It looks like a scanned image. This is often what I would get when I had my 35mm film scanned to CD at a cheap lab.

    I like the image...but I like the green better than the blue.
     
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    Thanks all so far :)
    This is a picture i took with a Pentax K110D DSLR. I've just bought it and I'm still figuring out how to use it properly.
     
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    Yes, in some photos grain is a good thing (preferably in b&w), but not in this one. Remember, your ISO can determine how grainy a picture gets, but too low makes it too blurry.
     
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    The sky is a beautiful blue, and the green is even nicer (;)), and I think you should download the free demo version of NeatImage ( www.neatimage.com ) and run this one through there. Should work a treat to the (supposedly unwanted) noise here.
     
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    Thanks :) Gonna have to learn how to set my ISO.

    LaFoto: Neatimage worked a treat :D Thanks

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