7D users, noise question...

Started Mar 1, 2014 | Discussions thread
Fish Chris
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Re: what noise ?

AmbleYonder wrote:

native ISOs 160,320,640......=less noise

shoot to the right (ettr) loads or articles here and elsewhere on increasing dynamic range which also has the benefit that you don't get noise in the shadows.

use the histogram to push the exposure far to the right but without getting blinking highlights

liive-view is your real friend here with this method

drop the exposure in post to bring back the shadows

job done.

This ^ just sounds so freaking cool ! I am SO anxious to start shooting some of these And I recently found theperfect place> Muir Woods and the DipSea trail above Stinson beach It's much like a rainforest, ferns and moss everywhere and fairly darkdown low, but areas of bright sky where it breaks through the 200ft Redwoods..

Oh hey, now I know this shot is not technically great, but I SO want to re-shoot this in HDR ! + to get to all of these areas is only about a 10 mile rt hike......vs. my last hike to the top of Mount Tamalpais, East Peak, which was about a 22 mile rt < Kicked my butt, but I did it

Thanks again Amble.


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