damsal

Joined on Jan 19, 2022

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  • I have been using Denoise AI for just under 12 months now and it does an amazing job. But I still prefer to convert my Canon raw files in ACR and export a 16 bit tif to Denoise.
  • Very nice. I like 2 and 3 the most. Thank you for sharing :-)
  • Just because I see more noise does not mean there actually is more noise as described previously. It's a bit like me watching a magician saw someone in half. It doesn't mean that my eyes telling me ...
  • Well, what you and the likes of Iliah Borg say is polar opposite to each other. Logically then, one of you is wrong. I'm choosing to accept that Iliah Borg is the one who knows what he is talking ...
  • That is totally correct but certainly isn't a common understanding after seeing some of the posts here. Yes, totally correct. Hopefully most understand that but obviously from some of the posts ...
  • I was replying to JACS' question asking what I meant by more noise. If I understand JACS correctly he is saying that if he sees an increase in noise in an image then the image has had noise added ...
  • It means more of the shot noise since shot noise is the main source of noise in digital images. When the likes of Iliah Borg and others tell me that a low exposure contains less noise and ...
  • When someone says there is more noise in a photo they actually mean they see more noise. Some then incorrectly assume the image contains more noise. The main source of noise is called shot noise ...
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    Great pose on the bird :-) The only suggestion I might offer is to perhaps consider making the bird and its pose stand out more against the background to highlight the bird. I'm feeling the ...
  • Created photo thread Living By The Seaside
    Seaside Living
  • Wonderful image!!  :-)
  • That's a very nice photo David. I took this one below using the method I described previously.
  • Yes I prefer sub 6400 ISO as well but it's not a critical factor. With today's AI noise reduction apps I don't have much trouble getting keepers based on how much noise can be seen. The larger the ...
  • When photographing a close up of the moon I always use a tripod because I'll be at 600mm (960mm eq). Hand holding would require way too fast a shutter speed for good image quality. Regarding focus ...
  • From what has been posted on another forum manautoiso account is no longer active and pixelmaiker has put in a request to admin to close his account. Check with admin if you like.
  • Thanks jthomas39 :-)  I think your observations and suggestions can be summarised by saying that the bottom line is to get as much light as you can onto the sensor in order to minimise the noise ...
  • It looks like most cameras behave this way as well. If shooting jpegs then maybe yes, but shooting raw underexposed as long as the image is not blurry is not an issue for me as I mentioned in a ...
  • Thanks pannumon. I don't get any indication in the viewfinder if the camera sets parameters outside of the auto ranges or what I set when I use Av with auto ISO and a min SS.  In my case the ...
  • Thank you to everyone who replied and helped.  My question in my op has been answered :-)
  • I thought it might be the same in most brands. That would be my preference as well if the camera really wants to center the meter rather than slow shutter speed below the set minimum. especially if ...
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