Pics taken always quite noisy.


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blur77

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Hiya Guys.. How can I reduce noise huh?:cry:

I am using TV mode and I have tried out almost all of the shutter speed with auto braketing. I am practising with the view outside my room with tripod. But after taking about 30 over pics.. still can't find a pic that is not noisy. Btw.. I am doing a nite shoot.

Any suggestion from the expert here?:dunno:
 

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Use of software? Eg: PS despeckle.....or Stand alone proggies like Neatimage

And what resolution are u viewing ur pics at?
50% 100%??

if @ full resolution (assuming in ps)
its normal that its a bit noisy n unclean if its from a digicam...
esp. its nite shots u are talking abt...

PS: im no expert but just trying to offer a helping hand :p
 

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Hiya guys.. thanks for the fast respond.. I am using a canon S45 with max resolution (I thinks its 2272 x 1704) and super fine compression. ISO is usually at 100.. tried 50 too, but still noisy. Hmm.. no software used, so meaning I have not done anything yet to the image digitally. Is it like this when doing nite shoot? Or did I do something wrong here???:dunno:
 

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blur77

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By the way.. does metering matters alot during nite shoot?

And yes sniperD.. I will try out higher ISO later on....;)

Hmm.. can't seems to upload the pic onto pbase.. duhz... so where else can i upload pics onto?:dunno:
 

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use evaluative (for general shots) metering unless you got a specific light source to take metering reference to.

try using this config:

f22 (or the smallest aperture you can go) and the longest shutter speed on a ISO100 or 200... see what's the diff.

you can try uploading to webshots (free):thumbsup:
 

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blur77

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k here is the pic...



Taken at 5s shutter speed, F4.5 aperture ISO 50... pic not digitally handled at all.
 

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Can't see your pics. But if you are getting noise in your night shots, then you may want to consider opening up your aperture to get a faster shutter speed.

The longer the exposure, the more noise you will have.
 

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Originally posted by blur77
Hiya Guys.. How can I reduce noise huh?:cry:

I am using TV mode and I have tried out almost all of the shutter speed with auto braketing. I am practising with the view outside my room with tripod. But after taking about 30 over pics.. still can't find a pic that is not noisy. Btw.. I am doing a nite shoot.

Any suggestion from the expert here?:dunno:
CCDs gets noisy when they get hot.

Choose a cold night to take your pictures.

Otherwise bring a portable air-con to cool your camera....:devil: :p
 

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blur77

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Originally posted by SniperD
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Sorry guys.. I don't think can get into this page.. I don't know how to use webshot..;p ..

Zerstorer - isn't the pic gonna be very dark if I set it to faster shutter speed at a nite shoot? Anyway I will still try out..;)

mylau - Really???:eek:
 

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:D only my first two statements can be taken seriously.
 

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Originally posted by blur77

Zerstorer - isn't the pic gonna be very dark if I set it to faster shutter speed at a nite shoot? Anyway I will still try out..;)
What I said was to open up the aperture.

If you use a larger aperture(smaller f number) more light will be allowed into the lens and you will be able to use a faster shutter speed to achieve the same exposure.
 

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blur77

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Zerstorer - Okie, I think I get u now.. :)

Thanks for all the advise guys.. Will have to turn in early.. eyes going :confused:...
 

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