Canon 50mm f/1.4 and ISO 1600 in a bar.

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  1. RyanLilly

    RyanLilly No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Here are a few shots of some friends at work. We have live music in the bar once or twice a week and it is dark in there. The first two are of Eduardo are in much better light in the kitchen but still at ISO 1600. I have not done any post processing to these shots, just opened the raws in Aperture and saved to jpg, so just the default noise reduction and sharpening was applied. I wanted to show the combination of the 50mm 1.4 and ISO 1600 on its own. considering the long shutter speeds and shallow DOF I am happy that I have about 10% usable shots. Here are a few. Most are shot between 1.4 and 1.8. the two in the kitchen are @ f/2.

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    I forgot, feel free to give me any advice or critique.
     
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    wow great people shots, very low ISO grain too, what camera?
     
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    Oh sorry forgot to post it. Its a Canon 20D, I'm very happy with the quality thus far. At small print sizes I think they will look great, but I'll have to print a few larger sizes just to compare noise to see is some noise reduction software will be required.
     
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    Impressive, I wouldn't have guessed these were such high ISO.

    You capture some interesting moments, I always enjoy pictures of people.
     

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