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Old Sep 1, 2008, 10:58 AM   #11
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Hi Greg: I always enjoy the photos that you post. Excellent eye for composition, no matter which lens you use.

You mentioned the -2 for both contrast and sharpness. What do you dial in for noise reduction/filter?

What an impressive office complex.I have to say I'm somewhat envious!



(Being self -employed, I rarely getgigs with clients whohave such impressive offices. However, if the location isunimpressive, at least I know my time there is only temporary. I guess that biggest advantage is traveling the whole country, and taking my camera when I travel.)

Keep up the good work, and please continue to share your shots.

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Thank you Steven.

The noise filter in all of these is turned off. I usually have it off and only turn it on in processing RAW files inStudio if I think it helps when I go up to ISO 800 or higher.
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