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Old Sep 3, 2006, 1:25 PM   #11
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I'm gonna guess you followed my advice on noise removal with gimp, eh?

Good edit. A little powerful, but, you can still make out the main subject!
Yes I did follow your instructions on how to remove noise with Gimp!!

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Old Sep 3, 2006, 1:30 PM   #12
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Ok, here's a few tips. ISO 400 shots outside, you probably need to do a selective gaussian of 10. But, for low light shots indoors a ISO 400, you might want to do a SGB (selective gaussian blur. :3) you might need one 20. Because, I think its less noticable when you do it at 20 inside, then you would outside.
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I'm gonna guess you followed my advice on noise removal with gimp, eh?

Good edit. A little powerful, but, you can still make out the main subject!
Yes I did follow your instructions on how to remove noise with Gimp!!

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Old Sep 3, 2006, 1:42 PM   #14
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Here's my edit....

Also, one more thing. When you resize pictures with GIMP, always select 'cubic' when you go to Image>Scale image




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Old Sep 3, 2006, 3:25 PM   #15
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Here's my edit....

Also, one more thing. When you resize pictures with GIMP, always select 'cubic' when you go to Image>Scale image

Thanks, i'll try that sometime...

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Let's do some visualizations. Visualize what those photos would have looked like if you had used the P-20 Flash. You could have used ISO 100 or 200 and had enough shutter speed to stop that beautiful action. And you would not have had to battle the noise.

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Old Sep 3, 2006, 10:22 PM   #17
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yes i know!!!

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Old Sep 3, 2006, 10:39 PM   #18
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Thanks for your nice reply. After having thought a great deal about those photos. Isn't the P-20 Flash a prettygood alternative to taking dark photos at ISO 400, that need a whole lot of ant-noise work? Just wondering??

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Old Sep 3, 2006, 11:06 PM   #19
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Well it's not that hard to remove noise.......

Here i'll show you how.....

go to http://www.imagenomic.com/download.aspand download the Community, FREE version for Windows or Windows XP, do XP if you have XP. Open the file in the program and click on the left hand side: Night Scene. About 5 seconds later, the noise will be removed!!!!!

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P.S. But yes the P20 Flash would be so much easier!!!


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Sarah! Stop tempting those of us who can't AFFORD the P20 flash! :blah:
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