Noise in E-620 Photos

Started May 14, 2014 | Questions thread
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Keep using ISO 100- gives you the lowest shadow noise
In reply to Dennis From NJ, May 15, 2014

Expose for the moon as if you were exposing daylight as some said. Make sure you expose for the moon so the highlights are not burned, the sky as someone else said should come out pretty dark.

Shoot in RAW and use a RAW converter (which I think you are).  The noise filter will do nothing if you shoot raw (which is fine, you are using something else for the noise reduction).

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