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Stressing the ISO - 800

 
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Oct 26, 2008 14:03 |  #1

Looking through some of my test the camera capability shots, I noticed this one. ISO 800, 58mm, F4.5, 1/50Sec. No flash


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Oct 26, 2008 14:25 |  #2

Very nice


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Oct 26, 2008 16:35 |  #3

Wow! All of my ISO800 shots look like they were taken through a snow storm. What's your secret? :D


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Oct 27, 2008 09:31 |  #4

I am still trying to figure this out as well. Don't expect high ISO to work in low light with short exposures. If the light is bad, the snow storm is the result. Under exposing a part of the photo is also a recipe for snow for the under exposed areas. In general you need good light and may want to up the ISO to gain a stop or two. Large print sizes is obviously not part of the end result. As soon as I have this fine tuned I will post the secret. :-)

Here is somebody else that also achieves good results - ISO800:

1. http://www.photo96.com …09/img_0090_m1_​web_lg.JPG (external link)
2. http://www.photo96.com​/blog/?p=395 (external link)


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