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Jan 28, 2010 21:45 |  #1

playing around at Suicide Hill in the blustery cold watching long jump. thought I could post a high iso image i snagged on my way out. was f/3.5 @ 1/125 and 12,800


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Jan 28, 2010 21:46 |  #2

oh that was stock flash also




  
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Jan 28, 2010 21:47 |  #3

cool shot.

here's one shot I just shot an hour ago. This one's cleaned up with DPP and noise reduced in PS.

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Jan 28, 2010 21:55 |  #4

that looks noticably cleaner than mine.




  
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Jan 28, 2010 22:03 |  #5

1/125 @ f5.6 12,800

noise reduct in PS CS4


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Jan 28, 2010 22:05 |  #6

Interesting. I do see the blotchies; course there are large, darkish areas that would be expected to do that.

As I await delivery of my 7d, I went to Best Buy with a mem card and shot a few high ISO frames with the display camera. 12800 looks more useable than 3200 on my 40d. I think. I didn't take the 40d for direct comparison.

[edit] Oh, your latest pice. Nice. That's the stuff!




  
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Jan 28, 2010 22:12 |  #7

i think those blotches where moisture on lens glass form the snow. but yes, 12,800 can be really usable and 3200 is just dreamy nice




  
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Jan 28, 2010 22:17 |  #8

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that looks noticably cleaner than mine.

Yes because of the scene and maybe because of my work flow.

I like that ski jumper image! I love watching ski jumping.


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Jan 28, 2010 22:20 |  #9

makes me yearn for a bigger zoom, this was on the 28-135 lens. think 70-200 2.8L is in my near future soon after a sigma 10-20 ultra wide




  
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Jan 28, 2010 22:32 |  #10

Look at the blotchy noise in the corrugated steel, and on the door.

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Jan 28, 2010 22:43 |  #11

ah yes, i see those faintly, i need to learn about noise reduction technique




  
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Jan 28, 2010 22:44 |  #12

Wow, those images look like what my 30D does at 3200. I'm jealous :(




  
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Jan 28, 2010 22:51 |  #13

Yeah, those blotches can be cured with some chroma NR.


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Jan 29, 2010 02:19 |  #14

what exactly is chroma NR? i have never really worked with noise reduction. im coming from a rebel xt, printing 8x12s and normally shot at 200-400iso, never had issues with noise. but i never really pixel peeped either, but the prints where always clean/sharp. the 7D is a new game, I need to get out nd play with it more




  
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Jan 29, 2010 06:02 |  #15

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what exactly is chroma NR? i have never really worked with noise reduction. im coming from a rebel xt, printing 8x12s and normally shot at 200-400iso, never had issues with noise. but i never really pixel peeped either, but the prints where always clean/sharp. the 7D is a new game, I need to get out nd play with it more

Chroma = Color, so you want to be more aggressive with color noise removal. If you remove too much of the Luminance noise, then the combination of these two noise removal steps start to give you really plastic appearances, as detail is wiped.

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