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12-27-2010, 08:23 AM   #856
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jewelltrail Quote
Jarvier, you sure do have this high ISO thing down pat--ISO 3200 looking great on the K20 btw. The shot of the girl, sandwiched between the 2 pink columns, with the subtle pink on her shoes, is awesome if you ask me!!!

On a funny note, the woman with the Canon DSLR looks like she is literally trying to shoot your Pentax out of your hands, early on in this series of posting. Keep'em coming bro.
Thank you. I realize that some of these show some noise, but really I was pretty impressed because it was dark that day and I was expecting un usable images. The camera was nearly maxed out with the lens I had that day. Thanks again

12-27-2010, 10:14 AM   #857
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That K200D looks great
12-28-2010, 08:05 AM   #858
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K-x, ISO 2500. Shutter speed: 1/160. 50mm, f/4. Newly fallen snow lit by Christmas lights & street lamps. Personally, I don't mind noise as long as it doesn't dominate the image.
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Hello guys,
I'm new in the DSLR world. I though I'd share this shot although is not that high iso but I like it.

Pentax K-x
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f5.6
ISO 800


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ISO25600, K-5. I don't touch my K20 anymore.
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Not the greatest shot but trying something different with high ISO, low-light, and Lightroom 3. Just got Lightroom and I really like it. Lots to learn though.

ISO 12,800 very low light.

ISO 10,000 very low light.
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K-x with a M42 Petri 55/1.8 @1.8
ISO 10000

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voytech: K-x with a m42 petri 55/1.8 @1.8
iso 10000
nice!

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Somebody once said to me whilst learning to develop B&W prints, "The grainier the image the better, afterall life is grainy" made me smile and still does.
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The beauty of the K-x High ISO output is the relative lack of color noise.
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K-x, ISO5000, JPGs NO additional pp noise reduction -
humble 50-200 kit zoom wide-open

K-x, ISO5000, f/5.6, 1/125, 160mm
(EXIF should be attached, caveat: PhotoBucket can drop metadata)

even more humble 18-55 Mk 1 kit zoom @ 55mm wide-open

K-x, ISO5000, f/5.6, 1/80, 55mm

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ISO 6400 on both shots. These are from the K-x
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K5, 55-300, ISO 12,800, 260-300mm, f5.6-5.8, 1/200. All are heavily PP'd.

Mountain Gorilla. Shot on a cold, grey day. Gorilla was inside with very little light at all - a little natural light coming in from a window on the left as we look at the gorilla but it was very dark even for humans - everyone else gave up trying to take photos (we were shooting through glass and the gorilla was too far away for the on-camera flashes to reach him). About 15M (50 feet) away. These shots came out very dark - I should have been shooting at 25,600 or even 51,200.





Does converting it to B/W make it better or worse ?

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ISO 3200, K-7



ISO 1250, K-7

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K-x, Sigma 70-300 f/4 DG. ISO 5000.
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