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Old Mar 17, 2008, 10:34 PM   #11
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And here's the original iso1600 picture shothandheld atan exposure compensation of (-2 ) before the simple procedure : )
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Great ISO shots ther arkadas,, i didn't know the Pentax can shoot at 6400 ISO, very good
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Very nicely done, bahadir! I, too, sometimes use this technique in order to achieve a fast enough shutter speed.

Your post-processing work is outstanding. :-)
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Old Apr 22, 2008, 2:55 AM   #14
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Great ISO shots ther arkadas,, i didn't know the Pentax can shoot at 6400 ISO, very good
Thanks for dropping by, arkadaş; ) Actually the K10D (which I have) is limited with 1600 iso,but minedoesn't turn me down for 6400 iso providedthatIusesome third party software for the output, saving mebucks formy dream lens:-)

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Very nicely done, bahadir! I, too, sometimes use this technique in order to achieve a fast enough shutter speed.

Your post-processing work is outstanding. :-)
Happy to readyour kind appreciation! Oh, it's all thanks to fantastic software they make :-) namely Photoshop and Neat Image...and the procedure is so plain that -I guess- anyone can appy it


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Old Apr 22, 2008, 12:04 PM   #15
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Hi,

reading this at work without my camera in tow, but I can't wait to go home and try this.

Is it shot in RAW or .JPG???
Great post pros.
Nice and easy.

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Old Apr 22, 2008, 5:00 PM   #16
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BobTheNailer wrote:
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Hi,

reading this at work without my camera in tow, but I can't wait to go home and try this.

Is it shot in RAW or .JPG???
Great post pros.
Nice and easy.

Thanks

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Thanks Bob!

Yea,nice and easy, actually, andfree..

Wish it also works for tee :-)

The picture was shot in jpeg. I'donce again suggest using the spot metring and metering at darker part of the subject to counterbalance thecamera'stendancy to underexpose ; )

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Update 23/04/08 !

This time I triedthe iso 6400 procedurein RAW and below is the result withoutany sort of noise removal.

The exif is embedded ; )





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Looks nice, but I think I like the one with noise removal better. Funny thing about noise removal is that as a photographer I always seem to feel that we lose to much detail, but as a critic of others shots I LOVE IT! Go figure.!

Still havn't tried this as I seem to just now be recovering from a late season flu... but will soon

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BobTheNailer wrote:
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Looks nice, but I think I like the one with noise removal better. Funny thing about noise removal is that as a photographer I always seem to feel that we lose to much detail, but as a critic of others shots I LOVE IT! Go figure.!

Still havn't tried this as I seem to just now be recovering from a late season flu... but will soon

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Thank you for the feedback, Bob! I toothink a careful noise removal worksbetter with such high iso pics. I simply posted the one above to let you seehow a iso 6400 equivalent shoot looked without anti-noise job! Anyway,may you get well back soon : )
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Old Aug 5, 2008, 9:57 AM   #19
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Hello

Can you explain step by step what you have done to get so nice ISO 6400 images? Is it possible to do on another cameras? Thanks for advise.
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