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Nov 21, 2008 01:51 |  #1

any tips on ways to reduce banding and noise in the sky and clouds? I'm even getting it when I process as hdr. I'm using a 40d with 17-55 f/2.8. Do I just suck, is it lack of good post processing, any tips ? I can postsome pics in a few hours after work


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Nov 21, 2008 09:40 |  #2

ok so here are some examples


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Nov 22, 2008 17:50 |  #3

I believe that what you are seeing is moire. It is due to the transition of the color being outside of the color gamut's ability to render it smoothly. I believe there are ways to fix it. Try a search here and google for moire. Also look at the bottom left of this page. There are some other threads with the same question.


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Nov 24, 2008 10:53 |  #4

a lil bit too much on the contrast?


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Nov 25, 2008 02:17 |  #5

Maybe it's a bad copy of lens.


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