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swans a dunking...
Lens: 300mm Camera: k-x & 55-300mm Photo Location: narragansett bay ri ISO: 1600 
Posted By: dcmsox2004, 03-17-2010, 06:38 PM

all late afternoon... tough sunlight ... all at 1600...

profile in courage....

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03-17-2010, 09:52 PM   #2
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I like extreme closeups of critters especially the 3rd shot. However if you clean the noise it would help them a lot. The penalty for high iso.
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thanks for the critique... i never used any noise filtering before... just signed up for noiseware... looks like it does quite the job!! regards and thanks, dave m
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I too am a Noiseware (PE8 plugin) user. Lots of sliders to play with but after awhile you settle down and and usually just change the detail protection if anything.
I recommend you run noiseware first and any additional sharpening last.

Enjoy!

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QuoteOriginally posted by imtheguy Quote
I too am a Noiseware (PE8 plugin) user. Lots of sliders to play with but after awhile you settle down and and usually just change the detail protection if anything.
I recommend you run noiseware first and any additional sharpening last.

Enjoy!
thanks lee.... i'm only a minor pp user... not a purist... just slow to catch on...
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Gee, Dave - you certainly can catch the flying critters! These are terrific.

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Excellent I find them quite acceptable for ISO 1600
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