that day i went to orchard....


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Wiz-kid

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took some photo of the lightings. but the picture turns out to haf a layer of noise... is the iso too high or what?
 

Wiz-kid

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High ISO + underexposure are the main cause of noise in a photo.
i rmb puting iso at 400, but i din put on the flash. and the noise is realli like a layer cover the picture and blur out everything.
 

compro_1975

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mayb use a tripod or a 'seat' for the camara, the long shutter, that would solve the problem. however, the windy environment should be the first consideration.
 

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mayb use a tripod or a 'seat' for the camara, the long shutter, that would solve the problem. however, the windy environment should be the first consideration.
how does long exposure solve noise?
 

milamber

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Long exposures also cause noise and worse - fringing. :)
 

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