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Old Jan 31, 2005, 7:45 PM   #1
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I remember this shot?..its very interesting indeed!!!
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Old Jan 31, 2005, 8:44 PM   #3
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Yes...............I've seen before too.
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Old Jan 31, 2005, 8:57 PM   #4
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At least you commented this time.
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Interesting photo but there seems to be a lot of noise, what ISO are you using and have you tried to clean it up using some noise removal software?
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Old Jan 31, 2005, 9:28 PM   #6
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Interesting photo but there seems to be a lot of noise, what ISO are you using and have you tried to clean it up using some noise removal software?


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DMC-FZ10

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f/3.3

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400

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9.9mm (60mm 35mm)

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Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode

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-0.33

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3

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manual

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0/10

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2

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Old Jan 31, 2005, 11:41 PM   #7
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You used iso 400 but f3.3, why? That seems a weird combination. I have taken some photos with 1/2-1/4s exposure time and while most didn't come out some did, I would suggest you decrease the iso and increase exposure time. This should give a much clearer image.
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You used iso 400 but f3.3, why? That seems a weird combination. I have taken some photos with 1/2-1/4s exposure time and while most didn't come out some did, I would suggest you decrease the iso and increase exposure time. This should give a much clearer image.
No tripods allowed . I just took one shot and this was the result.
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I quite enjoy the noise. I think I would find it a bit sterile with out it. I love the way it is framed as well. The space left between the corner of the rail and the top of the photo is perfect.
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I quite enjoy the noise. I think I would find it a bit sterile with out it. I love the way it is framed as well. The space left between the corner of the rail and the top of the photo is perfect.
Thank you very much, I did apply noise reduction but backed most of it off when the sharpness began to go. It was taken in the Moma , Museum of Modern Art, stairwell.
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