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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Ronman, Dec 29, 2007.

  1. Ronman

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    I think I figured a way to improve on the noise I've been adding to my pics when I upload to Photobucket. How does this look for noise, and what do you think in general? ron




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    I think if it was exposed a little better it'd be a nice shot. I don't see a ton of noise, I mean, there's some, but not like ridiculous amounts of it. I like the composition and DOF of it. It's just too dark.
     
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    Trenton, as you know I've been having a lot of noise problems, with this photo I did nothing to the picture except crop. Kind of baseline like. This was a natural light Sunrise exposure I thought I'd try. I'll try a little brightness at your suggestion. Thanks, Ron

    p.s. I think my monitor may be on the bright side.
     
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    I concur, this image is underexposed, otherwise quite nice.
     
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    Thanks, Peanuts,

    Am I correct, underexposure decreases signal/noise ratio, thus giving little headroom as far as noise is concerned.
     

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