Play high ISO with 60D indoor.

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Jocka
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Play high ISO with 60D indoor.
Apr 28, 2013

with this ISO level ..this pics are good enough (for me at least).

thanks to 60D

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In reply to Jocka, Apr 28, 2013

What balance is a bit off in the second... anyway, if you photograph in Raw and do some careful noise removal, you can go much higher. Here's one at 5000:

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thanks for response

at that time i just tried shot in jpeg and see what's the result, and no any pp for all pics.

for the 2nd yes i could not change the wb in dpp since it's jpg. . .  :).

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In reply to Jocka, Apr 28, 2013

I use lightroom, not DPP, but many programs let you play with the white balance of jpegs too, even Picasa. I'm relatively new to the Raw world and only purchased lightroom a few months ago (worth every penny!)... I did basic manipulations on jpegs for years, but I didn't go above about 3200 ISO. The results using Raw with 5000 ISO amazed me.

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In reply to Loose_Canon, Apr 28, 2013

Hi

many thanks for sharing.

the last one i push until 6400, and still OK for me.

Jocka

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Loose_Canon wrote:

What balance is a bit off in the second... anyway, if you photograph in Raw and do some careful noise removal, you can go much higher. Here's one at 5000:

N.

Nice ! What do you use for NR?

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Re: Play high ISO with 60D indoor.
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skanter wrote:

Loose_Canon wrote:

What balance is a bit off in the second... anyway, if you photograph in Raw and do some careful noise removal, you can go much higher. Here's one at 5000:

N.

Nice ! What do you use for NR?

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Sam K., NYC

Same question from me.  I don't get very clean shots above 3200 with Aperture.  I feel a very painful software change coming on.

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Jocka wrote:

thanks for response

at that time i just tried shot in jpeg and see what's the result, and no any pp for all pics.

for the 2nd yes i could not change the wb in dpp since it's jpg. . .  :).

You CAN adjust WB in DPP!  Here's the instructions copied and pasted from the DPP help file:

  1. Click the [ ] ("Eyedropper") button.

    • When you move the cursor over the image, the cursor  changes to [ ] ("Eyedropper") .

  2. Click on a point that is to be the standard for white.

    • The color of the image is adjusted with the point you selected as the standard for white.

    • If you click on another point in the image, the white balance is adjusted again.

    • To finish click white balance, right-click with the mouse or click the [ ] ("Eyedropper")   button again.

You can adjust white balance using a selected part of an image as the standard for white to make the image appear natural. Using click white balance is effective when using it in parts of an image where white color tone has changed under the influence of a light source.

Adjusting Color Tone Using Click White Balance When there are no white areas in your image

When there are no white areas in your image, you can adjust the white balance by clicking on a grey point of the image in step 2. This has the same adjustment result as selecting a white point.

  • The coordinates of the cursor position and the RGB values (8-bit conversion) of the image are displayed in the lower-left of the window.

  • The image is adjusted based on the average value of 5 x 5 pixel range from the clicked point.

  • The histogram display changes according to adjustment. You can also fix the histogram display to the display before any adjustments. (Tool Palette)

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In reply to Jocka, Apr 29, 2013

Those are nice.  I've had similar results with my T2i.  You can adjust wb in jpegs, but not directly as far as I know.  You do it by adjusting the color balance using the RBG scale.  Canon's free software will do that and it's quite effective and quite easy to use.

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Adjusting Color Tone Using Click White Balance When there are no white areas in your image

Y0GI wrote:

Jocka wrote:

thanks for response

at that time i just tried shot in jpeg and see what's the result, and no any pp for all pics.

for the 2nd yes i could not change the wb in dpp since it's jpg. . .  :).

You CAN adjust WB in DPP!  Here's the instructions copied and pasted from the DPP help file:

  1. Click the [ ] ("Eyedropper") button.

    • When you move the cursor over the image, the cursor  changes to [ ] ("Eyedropper") .

  2. Click on a point that is to be the standard for white.

    • The color of the image is adjusted with the point you selected as the standard for white.

    • If you click on another point in the image, the white balance is adjusted again.

    • To finish click white balance, right-click with the mouse or click the [ ] ("Eyedropper")   button again.

You can adjust white balance using a selected part of an image as the standard for white to make the image appear natural. Using click white balance is effective when using it in parts of an image where white color tone has changed under the influence of a light source.

When there are no white areas in your image, you can adjust the white balance by clicking on a grey point of the image in step 2. This has the same adjustment result as selecting a white point.

  • The coordinates of the cursor position and the RGB values (8-bit conversion) of the image are displayed in the lower-left of the window.

  • The image is adjusted based on the average value of 5 x 5 pixel range from the clicked point.

  • The histogram display changes according to adjustment. You can also fix the histogram display to the display before any adjustments. (Tool Palette)

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dear FF & Yogi, many thanks for your sharing...i'll try it. btw thanks to this forum too .

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