Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by adamlewis88, Jan 18, 2008.
No replies, eh?
im going to start watching these games on TV just so I can see you
Holler~! If I knew when the camera was on me, Id make a sign that said "Hi OT" or something.
are you using ambient light or do you have strobes in the rafters
these are pretty good, 07. good work!
seriously, i think it's your best work so far.
Decent shots, but looks like your cropping to tight cause its revealing lots of digital noise and images are losing there sharpness. Better to shoot tight then crop it(if you can).
8 Elinchrom 600RX's...
But I dont use them I like ambient light better.
Thank you, 04.
I too agree. I feel like I improve every time I shoot or at least learn something for next time.
Digital noise? Its 1600 ISO .. Its going to be there. I dont run NN anymore because I get too many comments about loss of detail. Also, what pictures do you see the "digital noise" causing the pictures to lose their sharpness?
These were all shot tight and cropped if necessary.
Thanks for your opinion.
i agree with everyone else. these are your best shots by far. good work!
Much much better than the last set you posted.
Not saying the last set was bad though.
Again before I awnser your question I do think these are some of your better shots. #7 & 9 I notice the most digital and colour noise. 2nd last one is softer with some ghosting or glare perhaps from arena lighting. May be cropped to tight as to reason for not being tack sharp.
I would like to see some post in noise reduction. Do you apply noise reduction before or after you crop? Perhaps its how NN handles jpegs opposed to TIFFS.
I dont see the noise you do. I guess its just my monitor
And yeah...that was the only one that I thought was "soft" amongst all of them. Its not a tight crop from the original I think it was just a combination of him moving quickly and me panning with him also.
When I did use NN, Id do it as one of the first steps before I resized or anything. It does an excellent job of getting rid of the noise, but Ive got to agree that it just leaves the image looking a little plasticky.
Ill let the images have a little noise if it comes down to it. Nobody is expecting 1600ISO to be super clean.