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    Default Help with this Pic.

    Dear all,

    Can someone please tell me how I could fix the following pic?





    Thanks!

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    Default Fix

    Fix what? Maybe you want to describe what is it you want to fix.

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    Looks ok to me except perhaps the skin tone of the rider is a bit pale. You may want to adjust Hue/saturation or maybe levels in photoshop to warm up the skin tone. A bit of experimentation is a good way to learn PS. Try converting to black and white and see whether you like it.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbma
    Fix what? Maybe you want to describe what is it you want to fix.

    I think due to the high ISO, there seems to be a lot of noise in the pic. I don't think there is a way I could share the large file with you so it is kinda hard to show you exactly what i mean.

    Therefore instead of having a very smooth clear pic, i got a "porous" pic.

    Hope this makes it a bit clearer!

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    Apply motion blur to the pic to give it a realistic look...

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    Default Aha

    Look at the web for some tools that can help you to remove those noise. It's a common problem when shooting with high ISO.

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    Do a google search.

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    Hmm.. as the pic is too small to see the noise grains... tot I play around with it.. hope you dun mind

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    Cheerz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    Hmm.. as the pic is too small to see the noise grains... tot I play around with it.. hope you dun mind

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    Cheerz!

    Course I don't mind... I like it hehe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidmax
    Course I don't mind... I like it hehe!
    you can try using Neatimage to get rid of the noise.. works very well

    \glad you like it

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