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Old 17-11-2014, 19:29   #1 (permalink)
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Old 18-11-2014, 16:19   #2 (permalink)
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OK, I give in. What is an ISOphobe?
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Old 18-11-2014, 18:27   #3 (permalink)
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Re: ISOphobe

OOOOOps deleted a duplicate and they have both disappeared.

I was making the general observation that a lot of folk seem to be afraid of using 400 ISO and over, presumably from bad memories of the fastest easily available film days with grain like golf balls. Things have changed, with modern equipment noise generally is not a problem until over1600 ISO so why not go that high "WHEN NEEDED" There seems a general fear of doing so
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Re: ISOphobe

Then you also get the people that will only use so-called "true" ISO's (100, 200, 400 etc) because the ones in-between add too much noise.

Personally I use what is most relevant for the shot. And if you have tried photographing non-league football under floodlights even 12800 isn't enough.
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most notable above 400 on my camera without some noise reduction or am just getting deaf in my old age
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I've gone to ISO 2500 at dusk and got really good results.

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Re: ISOphobe

I frequently go to ISO 1600 for interior images, the "noise" is no worse than the old ASA 400 in film days, and software can reduce that even more. I feel it is a bit of a trade between noise and shake in lots of situations, noise is easier to correct than shake. Having said that I also use ISO 50 on really bright, high contrast days.
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I can go to 400 with no real problem (7D) but it becomes more of an issue from there on - and if you're shooting moving subjects then getting the exposure bang-on doesn't always happen (with resultant increase in noise). But given time to ensure exposure's right, I've usefully gone to 3200
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Much more people smarter then me. I felt that ISO related to color sencitivity in lighting condishions. proper exposure related to amount of light and white balance related to a grey scale Thru the metering in the camera to end up calculating these aspics to give a correct looking picture. To a degree ISO can give more of a color contrast when increased in normal light. And or with the other two all used in manual will give greater control over noise when shooting at a slower exposure combined with a white balance that is set for the lighting manually. I found this to work when shooting very high speed shutter for small birds to releave noise from the back ground. The practice works on my 50D, the things I learned on my 1D4. I shot alot of pictures for a very long time to stay with this. I know alot of you know all this but sometimes we for get to slow down and i think this is a very important key to releave noise. Reaching more black in the white balance is another.
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