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Old Nov 19, 2009, 3:22 PM   #1
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Old Nov 19, 2009, 3:25 PM   #2
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Really dark, have no excuse for not using that very old tripod, other than this it is my memory of the scene. Noise partially removed (the sky) using blur tool 100/100. The rest doesn't irritate me
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Gadgets like this headlamp for climbers may come in handy to orientate
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Nicely captured. Looks like the kind of place Id like to go walking along.
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Thanks, Bynx, tried to get some detail in the dark lower part. No colour as expected. Suppose camera sensors work pretty much like the eyes: no light, no colour; low light, low colour

Noise though, don't think the eyes see any noise. But that's another issue

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Or an all black and white conversion. Last picture from the "peach hour"
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Torgny I wonder what would happen when you know an HDR will give you a noisy picture, if you add a same size frame of 100% RGB. Im going to try it and see if it makes any difference. Its a like a control strip to show the image without noise. Ive read something about this but I cant remember what it was exactly. Will get back to you on this.
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Going through a folder I want to end this little low light series with a picture made in a bit stronger light. Thanks
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