DxO PhotoLab 2 Noise Reduction

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Re: DxO PhotoLab 2 Noise Reduction

stevevp wrote:

@VideoPic

Many thanks for your kind and comprehensive answer. Clearly a lot of food for thought. I certainly need to work on my technique for keeping the ISO as low as possible. Most of my recent photography has been bird and wildlife where I need more reach than the primes allow - although the 300mm PRO is on the wishlist!

During my recent trip I was surprised just how high the ISO was going on what to me seemed to be a light if overcast day. Birds and animals in shadow eg in trees also saw the ISO ramping up although, where I could, I shot at slower shutter speeds than I was used to.

Unfortunately I find the Nikon is just too heavy for my overseas travel so once I am completely convinced that MFT is the way to go I will probably sell it.

We have many bird photographers on this forum...... post a new request, they keen to help....something with bird photographers

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