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    Hi i having problem with my pic .It seem to have too much noise .What can i do to reduce it other than using photoshop .Is it the way i taken the pic wrongly ?
    Please advise.
    I using D70 with the kit lens and sigma 70-300mm lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnaway
    Hi i having problem with my pic .It seem to have too much noise .What can i do to reduce it other than using photoshop .Is it the way i taken the pic wrongly ?
    Please advise.
    I using D70 with the kit lens and sigma 70-300mm lens
    What's your ISO Setting? the bigger the value, the more the noise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lingfoo
    What's your ISO Setting? the bigger the value, the more the noise...
    My ISO 200
    I use f11 to f22 for close up shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnaway
    My ISO 200
    I use f11 to f22 for close up shooting.
    Use NEAT IMAGE... saving grace....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjmedora
    Use NEAT IMAGE... saving grace....
    What is neat image
    Is it some kind of software?where to download?
    Thanks

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    To my POV the best way too remove NOISE is to lower the "VOLUME"..

    Just Kidding..

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    Can we reduce "noise" by lowering the Aperature value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnaway
    What is neat image
    Is it some kind of software?where to download?
    Thanks
    Download it from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnaway
    My ISO 200
    I use f11 to f22 for close up shooting.
    ISO200 on a D70 should be relatively clean. Was your image underexposed or something? Posting the pic might help us understand your problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctzehock
    Can we reduce "noise" by lowering the Aperature value?
    Noise is caused by electrical interference in the digital signal. Thus, higher ISO (sensitivity) means that a sensor will be more susceptible to noise. Aperture doesn't play a part here.

    Put simply, use as low as ISO as possible to get minimal noise in your images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imaginary_number
    ISO200 on a D70 should be relatively clean. Was your image underexposed or something? Posting the pic might help us understand your problem.
    Hi i do not have to clearance to post any pic .Have pm the Moderators hope they could help.

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    Hi this the link to the pic
    This

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    Quote Originally Posted by imaginary_number
    Download it from here.
    Hi imaginary_number
    Thanks for the link . It helps me alot

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