first shots with 350D exercising

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  1. Killed

    Killed TPF Noob!

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    hey guys...i just received the 350D canon and its very cool...ive started taking pic but ya the subject arent great cuz its all black around here and there is nothing to photographs so here we go with some stupid objects :lmao:

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  2. tempra

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    I think you got a lemon! :mrgreen:

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  3. Killed

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    this is what i got playing around in ps :confused:
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    hmm and could you post one in it's original size and resolution? Because when I see the lemon shot, I'm afraid it is a bit grainy... I just want to have a closer look at 350D :)
     
  5. Killed

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    well its a bit big :grumpy: 3mb

    ill just give u this piece :)

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  6. Daniel

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    That is some noise in there. What ISO was the camera set to? Looks pretty bad to me. I have a 20d, since your camera is using the same sensor and processor, I'm surprissed to see that kind of strong noise.
     
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    looks a bit out of focus...
     
  8. Daniel

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    I just checked the EXIF data of the lemon shot and the ISO was set to 1600. Quite high, but I still think the noise is a little too much compared to the 20d.
     
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    exactly... I expected something better...
     
  10. Killed

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    lol sorry im still a noob...i just got the camera so i can start learning well..just gimme a bit of time to get confident with it :)
     
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    1600 is almost guaranteed to have noise at this point in time. I don't care what sensor you have. ;-)
     
  12. thebeginning

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    agreed. 1600 is crazy high. i rarely go over 200 just to keep it sharp.
     

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