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Thread started 10 Feb 2014 (Monday) 19:50
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Using High ISO Creatively - Show me

 
Ruggo
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Feb 10, 2014 19:50 |  #1

Those that have used/still use film know that sometimes you want to use a higher iso/push process your film to get that certain feeling across. That grainy look.
So I thought I'd do a quick experiment.
changed ISO only, processed using neutral style in Silver efex. I could have gone higher with the iso but I felt that the 12800 grain was at a point I liked.
800iso

IMAGE: http://technikaus.net/photos/highiso/800iso.jpg
3200iso
IMAGE: http://technikaus.net/photos/highiso/3200iso.jpg
6400iso
IMAGE: http://technikaus.net/photos/highiso/6400iso.jpg
12800
IMAGE: http://technikaus.net/photos/highiso/12800iso.jpg

I'd be interested to see other examples of using high iso.
I'm aware of the 3200 thread, but that seemed aimed more at high iso then fixed PP.

PS
Mods, I did search but If this is a duplicate thread please merge,



  
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