Noise is a topic of great importance for many photographers, mainly because photographers tend to want to avoid it as much as possible. No one can completely escape having to shoot at high ISO levels, however. At some point, you will find yourself in a situation that requires you to crank up the ISO.
So how can you get great results in low light/high ISO situations? Below are 5 tips that will help you out.
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1. Take A Test
Rather, give your camera a test. Set your camera up on a tripod, turn off all the noise reduction options, make sure you’re shooting raw and take a series of shots spanning the ISO range (whole stops and skip the expanded settings).
Now view those shots…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Jason D. Little
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