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lumma

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Hi to all I m pretty new in this hobby,hope that fellow forumers can give me some comment and what to improve on. I personally feel that the pics is abit grainy, how can i overcome this ? should i go for fix aperture lens? thanks.
I took this photo when i was on a trip to USA few months ago. I still can remember it was a warm and fine day. Time about 1945 hrs and i relies the color just exploded. i took it wif
Aperture f/5.0
Shutter 1/5 no tripod
ISO 400
Color temp around 8000k


and by the way can anyone share with me how to post picture together with the post thanks.
 

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you gotta use click insert images. for example


the URL file name should end with .jpg
your initial link was .jpg?v=0 which the server can't locate the file.

 

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hi thank you so much.... will try it next time.:D
 

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Hi to all I m pretty new in this hobby,hope that fellow forumers can give me some comment and what to improve on. I personally feel that the pics is abit grainy, how can i overcome this ? should i go for fix aperture lens? thanks.
I took this photo when i was on a trip to USA few months ago. I still can remember it was a warm and fine day. Time about 1945 hrs and i relies the color just exploded. i took it wif
Aperture f/5.0
Shutter 1/5 no tripod
ISO 400
Color temp around 8000k


and by the way can anyone share with me how to post picture together with the post thanks.

There's no fix aperture lens. At least I have not come across. I think you meant PRIME lens, or fixed focal length lens. I can't really tell if your pic's grainny cos its kinda small. But Will a PRIME lens help with grain on your pic? I doubt so. If you want to reduce noise, bump down the ISO and use a tripod for nite shots. In addition, pick up post processing, like photoshop or other SW. Learning the basic photographic and post processing technique will help you achieve most if not all of your composition needs. Just passing on what i learned since I too am a newbie..but 2 years in.
 

lumma

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There's no fix aperture lens. At least I have not come across. I think you meant PRIME lens, or fixed focal length lens. I can't really tell if your pic's grainny cos its kinda small. But Will a PRIME lens help with grain on your pic? I doubt so. If you want to reduce noise, bump down the ISO and use a tripod for nite shots. In addition, pick up post processing, like photoshop or other SW. Learning the basic photographic and post processing technique will help you achieve most if not all of your composition needs. Just passing on what i learned since I too am a newbie..but 2 years in.
hi thanks for sharing maybe i put it in a wrong way ..... what i meant is constant aperture.:D

"Amstelveen, The Netherlands, 21 February, 2006: Canon today strengthens its EF-S lens series with the Image Stabilized wide angle EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM. With image quality and construction approaching that of Canon’s renowned professional lenses, the EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM becomes the fastest standard focal length zoom for EF–S mount cameras such as the new EOS 30D. Combining constant f/2.8 aperture throughout the zoom range with Canon’s latest 3-stop Image Stabilizer, it delivers outstanding wide angle performance and framing flexibility in low light conditions. Specialist optics such as UD glass and aspherical elements help deliver exceptional clarity, sharpness, contrast and colour accuracy."
 

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hi thanks for sharing maybe i put it in a wrong way ..... what i meant is constant aperture.:D

"Amstelveen, The Netherlands, 21 February, 2006: Canon today strengthens its EF-S lens series with the Image Stabilized wide angle EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM. With image quality and construction approaching that of Canon’s renowned professional lenses, the EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM becomes the fastest standard focal length zoom for EF–S mount cameras such as the new EOS 30D. Combining constant f/2.8 aperture throughout the zoom range with Canon’s latest 3-stop Image Stabilizer, it delivers outstanding wide angle performance and framing flexibility in low light conditions. Specialist optics such as UD glass and aspherical elements help deliver exceptional clarity, sharpness, contrast and colour accuracy."

I see. Yea..i guess its a constant aperture throughout the zoom range and thus constant aperture, instead of a varying aperture throughout the zoom range like the 17-85, f3.5-5.6. Anyways, regardless, my advise remains the same in that, for the kind of pic u posted, shooting at f2.8 would not be the desired setting. Therefore, a "constant aperture" lens will not help. Back to how to remove grain, use lower ISO setting or reduce the noise in post processing.
 

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