- Jun 24, 2012
- Reaction score
- South Texas
- Can others edit my Photos
- Photos OK to edit
Next set of questions would be what are you shooting with, what settings you are using. It does not sound like you did anything drastic to cause noise based on what you stated.
also, are you shooting straight raw or raw + jpg? if you shoot raw + jpg, does the cameras jpg on same image come out the same way?
after those questions are answered, I would think that's enough for you to get some advice and help.
I brought the RAW file up in the Photoshop RAW editor. Adjusted the WB, vibrance and saturation. I then brought it into Photoshop still as a RAW file and fixed some scars. Once I was done reserved as a jpeg. Did I do something wrong?
My guess is it's luminance noise from underexposure. The jpeg from the camera is definitely underexposed. And I'm guessing your ISO was north of 100? If you could link to the raw file, that would be the best way to tell what's what.
What was the shot data for the image? What ISO did you use?
.Ok I shot in Manual mode shutter 1/400, f5.6. Yes I shot RAW + Jpeg. The jpegs are not grainy. I am uploading the jpeg so you can see the difference and another I shot in B&W.