Noise Issue!

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  1. ccdan

    ccdan TPF Noob!

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    Well, I just took one of our shop cars out for a small photoshoot (new wheel/tire package) and I'm getting a horrible noise issue on the photos. Not sure if it something I'm doing or the camera! I had this issue in the past; seemed to be with low lighting and since have changed some settings to achive what I wanted. Also never worked with filters before but looks as if the one on the camera (UV [0]) wouldn't change anything; just be perfectly clear. Hopefully someone can help me!

    Spec:
    Canon Digital Rebel EOS (5meg)
    Hoya HMC Super 85mm Filter (UV[0])
    Picture Format (jpg, Large)
    Mode: Aperture (Av)
    Av: 0
    F: 10
    ISO: 1600
    WB: Auto
    Photo Result: http://www.ccwheel.com/misc/photo_issue.jpg (non edited full resolution)

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    I recently purchased my own Canon camera which I tooks some shots of my own car a few weeks ago on almost the same setting. Slightly differant lighting but out come was much better.

    Specs:
    Canon Digital Rebel XTi (10meg)
    Picture Format (jpg, Large)
    Mode: Aperture (Av)
    Av: 0 -to- +2 (don't remember exactly think it was +2)
    F: 5.0
    ISO: 1600
    WB: Auto
    Photo Result: http://www.radicalride.com/temp/photoshoot_05.jpg (edited scaled down)
     
  2. dewey

    dewey TPF Noob!

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    The high ISO would do it... try a lower ISO and see what you get. Can you get more light and shoot at 400?

    I know it's better in the second shot with the same ISO but some colors seem to attract noise at high ISO in my experience.
     
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    using iso 1600 is going to give you the maximum amount of noise...try shooting at iso 400, 200 or 100
     
  4. ccdan

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    Blimity Blam! thanks guys...
     

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