ISO 1600 handheld shots … (7 pics F11)

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ISO 1600 handheld shots … (7 pics F11)

Considering the comparatively lower image quality of the F11’s ISO 1600, I'll normally take it as the last resort to take a handheld shot under some low light conditions. But the interesting thing is, almost every time it was used, the shot would turn out to be one I like very much. Its "digital grain" is so appealing to me that I'm not even applying very aggressive noise reduction in PPing an ISO 1600 shot …

1. St. John’s Cathedral (Queen’s Road Central) … @ F2.8, 1/20s, EV -1/3

2. St. John’s Cathedral (Queen’s Road Central) … @ F2.8, 1/20s, EV -1/3

3. "only single shoes are kept inside the cab overnight …" a shoe shop under the staircase of an old building (Ma Tau Wai Road) … @ F2.8, 1/15s, EV -1/3

4. a pre war building and passers-by (High Street) … @ F3.2, 1/34s, EV -1

5. a late night worker (Western Street) … @ F2.8, 1/13s, EV -1

6. “to let” (Amoy Street) … @ F2.8, 1/15s, EV -1/3

7. “hey, are you coming …” (Amoy Street) ... @ F2.8, 1/15s, EV -1/3

Comments and advice much appreciated.

Best regards,
HP

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