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Old Oct 10, 2007, 8:29 AM   #1
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Take these, 1 to 4,while on the way home.

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Noises flare up in all these shots. How can I resolve the problem thru post treatment?
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Old Oct 10, 2007, 8:42 AM   #5
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Great pictures with beautiful colours. Is it Natrium based light from the poles

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Old Oct 10, 2007, 9:01 AM   #6
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Torgny, you caught me. I have no idea. In the secondary Physics lesson, I was told lamp posts lights were basically fog resistant as a result of the use of Sodium vaporto trigger off light. The ones we saware fog resistant, so I think your suggestion is positive. No reasons to resist it as Natrium based lights are also Sodium-vapor based with reference to Answers.com.Torgny is Torgny. Observant and inquisitive at all time.
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Noises flare up in all these shots. How can I resolve the problem thru post treatment?
Try a noise-reduction program like NeatImage, Noise Ninja, or the like. they do a very nice job of removing shadow noise like this...
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Very nice compositions. Seems that the white balance could be off a little. There is a yellow cast on my monitor in all of them. I don't know what format you shot them in, but RAW would work very well for adjusting WB if needed....cheers...Don
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