Fuzziness??

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    I always thought it was my camera's ISO setting on above 400 at work. However, I took this on a tripod at 3 second exposure, f 2.5, and ISO at 100. What could it possibly be? I also used a tamoron 17-50mm f2.5 lens.
    Im talking about the fuzz on the ear cups of the headphones, background etc.
    http://i.imgur.com/mc0My.jpg (Big Picture)!


     
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    Was this jpg or raw? What compression setting was used for the jpg (either in camera or post)?
     
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    Jpeg, 15mp 4752x3168, as far as the compression I am not sure. It is straight from the dslr btw (Canon Rebel T1i).
     
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    On the foam ear cup? That's blur from shallow depth of field.
     
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    Google for a DoF calculator to learn about how narrow your area of focus will be at any given aperture at any given distance.
     
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    it seems like you have WB problems AND depth of field problems...
     
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    Thats not what I ment, The white is supposed to be the same color on the whole ear cup. See how there are different shades covered in fuzz?
     
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    And unreasonable expectation problems related to under exposure and image noise?
     
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    and exposure problems... brighten it up with a deeper DoF and it will be pristine...
     
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    At f9.0 and I lowered the shutter speed, turned on the lights. Still got the fuzz. I have no idea what it is.. http://i.imgur.com/ZIOgl.jpg
     
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    it's long exposure noise

    noise isn't only caused by high iso

    it will go away with a faster shutter speed
     

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