Foggy day on Granville Island, BC

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  1. Marea

    Marea TPF Noob!

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    This was my first attempt at shooting fog. Taken with my Canon powershot A610 point and shoot.

    Aperture: f/4 shutter speed: 1/500 ISO 50

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    if the iso was 50, why there is a lot of noise at the second picture?
     
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    Two things i can think of. I tweeked the vibrancy with aperature for Mac and may have upset the balance too too much and it was REALLY foggy out - so I think some of the noise is actually fog.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, the first is really nice.
    And yes, you did tweak the second too much. Reduce the saturation, you don't see those many colours in foggy weather, never. You can see the colour noise on the water, where its blue is interspersed with red dots. That's a clear sign of "too much saturation".
     

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