Grain, Grain, Go Away

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  1. MommyOf4Boys

    MommyOf4Boys TPF Noob!

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    Whyyyyyyyyyy is there so much grain!!!???? OTE! I totally screwed this photo up lol Ok, going back to the drawing board haha.

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    Looks nice on my screen.
     
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    Same here :thumbup: what did you shoot it with?
     
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    :hertz: I dont see any grain??
    Beautiful shot!
     
  5. thebeginning

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    not sure what you're complaining about, as I would consider this a very clean image. try shooting at iso 3200 and underexpose by two stops then pull it back up in PS...now THAT's noise :)
     
  6. EBphotography

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    I see no noise! :D:D *Takes off earphones*

    Still none!
     
  7. MommyOf4Boys

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    lol yall dont see it around his chin, neck, and mouth? ok, maybe it is just me LMAO. I shot it with my D50, 50mm 1.8D and was trying out a new black and white technique I learned.
     
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    I see a tiny bit of grain, but I wouldnt worry about it. The picture is so grat it compensates for it!
     
  9. thebeginning

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    that's just plain old luminance noise. if you've looked at the fullres image, it will look worse in that than it does to us on this web version. I would definitely not worry about the amount of noise in that picture.
     
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    Yep, there's no grain at all :)
     
  11. Christie Photo

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    What is happening is the further we are from you, some of the grain is filtered throgh the web. So, anyone below the Mason-Dixon line, and cetainly in the Mississippi delta region will see more grain than, say... someone in Chicago.


    Seriously though, I think what I'm seeing may be a result of the high contrast. There's a minimal amount of noise. Nice shot!

    Pete
     
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    I dont see noise either hun... Its a great image...
     

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