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Apr 25, 2009 22:23 |  #1

Shot this today. My favorite of over 200 shots for the day. I still need to learn to use RAW. I'm still learning so C&C would be great. Shot with my XSi and canon 70-300is USM.

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Apr 26, 2009 09:27 |  #2

The noise level is low but in the darker area's, it is distracting. I normally don't complain about noise but for some reason it stands out too much in this one.

By the way... welcome to POTN. If you would like to receive more tips and pointers feel free to post your shots over in the critique corner section of the forum. You will receive much more feedback over there. It can be found over here.


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Apr 26, 2009 11:17 |  #3

Welcome to POTN Max. Nice shot of a colourful frog, but, I would have cropped it to remove some of the strange OOF area - or did you apply some sort of filter?
Unlike Derek above, I don't think it is caused by noise.

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Apr 26, 2009 14:16 as a reply to  @ scrumpy's post |  #4

Thanks for the welcome guys. What can I do to help reduce the noise? The original had the same amount so I don't think it was from post processing.


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