Parking Garage at mignight

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  1. THORHAMMER

    THORHAMMER TPF Noob!

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    Just trying something a little different, more gritty and organic, little less focused. Inspired to go shoot a garage again by Ernie !



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    #4 is the winner for me. Neat stuff. How do you shoot something like this and not have it be grainy?
     
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    last one is my favorite




    i would be to scared to take pics like this, haha
     
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    thanks ! ,

    as for the grain, I have never experienced grain issues with the canon.
    Unless I am wanting to induce it on purpose. I don't usually shoot above iso 1600. on 3200 the image is still very usable, but sometimes its a little noticeable.

    I think I shot these at iso 800 and 1600 handheld at like 1.8 or 2.0 the canon is just made to be able to handle it well. its just an old 20D
     
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    That makes me jealous. I can shoot with my camera on a tripod at ISO 100 and if it is low light I will get grain...maybe there is something wrong with my camera...I have a D80. I always though as long as I was on a tripod and had the right exposure time that I wouldn't get grain.
     
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    Glad I could inspire you man :)
    Nice shots, third one is a winner for me.

    That's weird, have a D80 myself and I seldom get grain with long exposures. What lens do you use?
     
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    great shots, i agree, i love #3
     
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    I love the last one best :)
     
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    #3 for me. nice series, but i miss the colours you usually pull off in your other shots.


    really? i shoot mine at 800-1600. loss of fine detail, not very heavy on the noise though.
     
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    3&4 are my pics!
     
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    i like the second to last one. great shots. i really want to do something like this with a model now... maybe soon
     

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