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Old Jan 4, 2012, 8:10 PM   #1
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Default Wild Card -- Coho Attack!

I have been using the maximum ISO settings of my camera a little more with the improvements of noise removal software. In this case the light was dim, the lens slow, and the use a circular polarizer caused the loss of one f-stop. I used ISO 3200 and exposure compensation at 1 stop, the 400 mm lens wide open at 5.6. I set all of the sliders to zero in Camera Raw then cleaned up much of the noise and adjusted the image in Photoshop.


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