Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Gary88, Jan 24, 2007.
What was your ISO when you took this?
Some timespeople make photo grainy on purpose. Was that your intention?
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.
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.
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.
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.
Thanks Gonna have to learn how to set my ISO.
LaFoto: Neatimage worked a treat Thanks
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