Halloween Party

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  1. tr0gd0o0r

    tr0gd0o0r TPF Noob!

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    This one is obviously from a couple of months back, but I'm just getting around to posting again. This was taken at a Halloween party at a community center in Shreveport. The adults are playing musical chairs. It was taken w/ a D1, so please excuse the noise.

    please critique.

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    I forgot the technical data, so here it is: 1/250th f2.8 with a flash.
     
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    That looks like it was seriously underexposed at ISO 800-1600 and than pulled up in levels.

    The D1 might be noisy, but it's not THAT noisy. It was underexposed and 'fixed'.
     
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    You caught me. It was underexposed and then had its levels brought up in photoshop. (though I think you may have underestimated to what extent, b/c i'm pretty sure that it was shot at 200 or 400 iso)
     
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    that is really noisy, I'll have to grab my DL and take a shot at 1600. I dont think it looks THAT noisy. maybe 3200
     
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    nah, it won't look THAT bad. but ISO 200, 400? yeah, I'll buy that. You can run it through neatimage and it might help a little.
     

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