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    Unhappy Grainy Images



    Camera: Canon EOS 400D Digital
    Exposure: 0.001 sec (1/1250)
    Aperture: f/5.6
    Focal Length: 24 mm
    ISO Speed: 1600
    Exposure Bias: -1/3 EV
    Flash: Flash did not fire

    Orientation: Horizontal (normal)
    X-Resolution: 72 dpi
    Y-Resolution: 72 dpi
    Date and Time: 2008:12:26 18:15:19
    YCbCr Positioning: Co-Sited
    Date and Time (Original): 2008:12:26 18:15:19
    Date and Time (Digitized): 2008:12:26 18:15:19
    Shutter Speed: 674216/65536
    Metering Mode: Average
    Color Space: sRGB
    Focal Plane X-Resolution: 3210.946 dpi
    Focal Plane Y-Resolution: 3230.241 dpi
    Tag::EXIF::0xEA1D: 4148
    Compression: JPEG
    Image Width: 2816 pixels
    Image Height: 1880 pixels



    that picture is grainy right?
    All my photos i take yesterday was like that
    is there any problem with my DSLR
    or is it because of something I DID?
    please help me
    i am a newbie at this.

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    Default Re: Grainy Images

    the grain or noise is because the pic was shot at iso 1600. u can use iso 100 with a lower shutter speed and get the same results because u were shooting at 24mm so you don't need a high shutter speed like 1/1250.

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    wow iso 1600 at the beach during the day?

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    Default Re: Grainy Images

    Quote Originally Posted by flipfreak View Post
    the grain or noise is because the pic was shot at iso 1600. u can use iso 100 with a lower shutter speed and get the same results because u were shooting at 24mm so you don't need a high shutter speed like 1/1250.
    thank you for ur help. greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Grainy Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffL View Post
    wow iso 1600 at the beach during the day?
    they call me newbie for a reason.
    i just started playing with DSLR (abt a week or so)

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    Default Re: Grainy Images

    Ahhh, welcome. Do a read up on the 3 aspects of photography, ISO, Shutter and Aperture. Once you've mastered... or rather, understood, the sky is the limit.

    Have fun.

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