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Wen Jie

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i owned this olympus E -620 Camera.. and i noticed it's produces kind of noisy pictures. how do you reduce it? or what am i suppose to do? i'm a beginner for photography, pardon my language and my noob skills
 

spidey89

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Set your gradation to normal and don't shoot with high ISO,its the same for any camera,just which one does is better
 

Wen Jie

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my gradation is already normal and my ISO is at 160.

* i don't know how to upload picture to show u an example..
 

mayhemics

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r these indoor or outdoor shots?
 

spidey89

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Whoops,forgot that they're ISO setting can go between full stops XD silly mistake of mine, do post a picture soon to help :)
 

Wen Jie

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it seems like i'm having problem uploading the stupid picture! it say i've succesfully uploaded.. so i went to my photo gallery, the website say This category does not contain any images.
-.-
 

Wen Jie

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there.. i manage to upload.. but it's seem to be less noisy than to view before i edit the size to upload
 

spidey89

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Its a bit small to see, and your lens has vignetting,lens hood? But I do see a bit of noise, might be because its in the shadows? Not really sure,what's your EXIF? has it been edited?
 

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Wen Jie

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yea hood .. forgot to remove , took it out after that shot.. but it's isnt much of a problem right? wad u mean EXIF?
 

spidey89

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yea hood .. forgot to remove , took it out after that shot.. but it's isnt much of a problem right? wad u mean EXIF?
By right it shouldn't appear, most likely you didn't put it on properly. Well, I'm just saying, its not related to your problem. EXIF Boy... You have a lot of things to learn, why not tomorrow, you go to school, in the afternoon, the field near the bus stop, I think its called Student Hub? Go there and shoot at ISO 100 to 800 try to fill shadow and good lighting,and see if still have the same problem, did you edit the picture though?

I think he wants to focus on this friend/the guy but end up on the buildings behind
 

Wen Jie

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when take good day light with shadow.. the images are fine.. it's only around that time(the picture taken) den noise start coming up.. maybe i didnt had enough exposure ..
 

spidey89

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It is possible, especially when you increase it in post processing, in anycase, don't bother so much about noise, be more concern on the images that you shoot :) Shoot more
 

spidey89

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Strange, I didn't notice vignetting with the lens hood on my e620 kit lens. :think:
Haha, if you lock it up nicely you won't, I ever shot with my 14-54 without the lens hood turned fully, no click, so the hood was present, otherwise, it wouldn't be :bsmilie:
 

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Haha, if you lock it up nicely you won't, I ever shot with my 14-54 without the lens hood turned fully, no click, so the hood was present, otherwise, it wouldn't be :bsmilie:
I had the hood drop on me before, when I was taking it out of the bag (didn't lock it properly). After that I always make sure to turn until I get the click. :sweat:

This problem is only for those petal shaped hoods right? I don't see how the barrel shaped ones will get vignetting even if you don't lock it properly.
 

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