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I can not understand about Sekonic L 358.

 
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Dec 18, 2008 10:39 |  #16

Titus213 wrote in post #6898279 (external link)
Bump the ISO to 400 or even 800. It should solve the shutter speed problem.

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Right, I do not want to have a lot of noise. Thanks.

If that's the camera in the images that you will be using it should not cause noise problems at ISO 400 or even 800. Noise will be most prominent in underexposed areas. If you are lowering your shutter speed to get proper exposure you are trading camera shake for noise and that's not a good trade off.


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Dec 18, 2008 10:50 |  #17

Gedi wrote in post #6902402 (external link)
Right, I do not want to have a lot of noise. Thanks.

Noise is MUCH easier to fix in PP than camera shake..


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Dec 18, 2008 13:46 |  #18

To Suyenfung, Bobster, Titus213, InsaneSkippy - You are right! Thanks again!


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Dec 24, 2008 08:56 |  #19

A bit high in contrast, and a bit bright maybe. Not more then a third stop I'd say.
Maybe use a reflector.

Also looks like too much smoothing on the skin.


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