OM-D & 45mm at Chinatown market
When it comes to High ISO, I'm very reluctant to set the ISO higher than 800...
E-P3 introduce that fear when I'm relatively new to photography world and most of my shots was taken with iAuto function - which resulting a lot of noise & banding problems if it was shot at dark scenes.
However, since I move to OM-D and start using faster lens (45mm F/1.8) I think the barrier has been struct and I'm starting to get comfortable to leverage my ISO setting to 1600.
Although most of my shot still in JPEG, I tend to turn off the noise filter & reduction function but the result still alright.
This was taken from my Melbourne trip 2 months ago.
Shot at Chinatown market place.
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