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Bambi
05-02-2010, 10:39 PM
I've been going crazy processing my pics from today. They are all noisy. It just hit me tonight. I had my ISO high to take pictures at the show my son's band was playing.
and Iforgot:wall-an:to put it back :wall-an:down
:yell:

Now I have to go back.

I'm too dumb to own a camera. :headslap:

Iguanasan
05-02-2010, 10:44 PM
I've been going crazy processing my pics from today. They are all noisy. It just hit me tonight. I had my ISO high to take pictures at the show my son's band was playing.
and Iforgot:wall-an:to put it back :wall-an:down
:yell:

Now I have to go back.

I'm too dumb to own a camera. :headslap:

D'oh! Don't feel too bad, I've done that myself :( Have you heard of Noise Ninja? Maybe that can help? Noise Ninja: The gold standard for image noise reduction (http://www.picturecode.com/)

casil403
05-02-2010, 10:46 PM
Try the NR program I sent you...I'll bet it works also. :)
I think at one time or another everyone has done that....I know I have on numerous occasions...frustrating as all hell too! :wall-an: :headslap: :sorry:

Lol...just don't do it in Banff...or you might have to come back for a re-shoot....hey....wait a second.........hmmmm........now there's an idea..... :evil2: :laughing:

kat
05-03-2010, 12:42 AM
ha ha.. I actually noticed that earlier today! That is why I asked about the HDR..thinking maybe it was noise from that but then I noticed it on other photos you've taken too. Can't believe I picked up on that!!

I've done that before..more than once! Grrr

Richard
05-03-2010, 03:22 AM
glad it's not just me who's made that mistake!!!!:laughing:

JAS_Photo
05-03-2010, 03:32 AM
The only prevention for that sort of thing, is to take Joe McNally's advice and reset the camera before a shoot. :headslap:

Fortytwo
05-03-2010, 04:00 AM
Probably everybody has done something like this. ;) So don't feel bad. I've forgot to reset things numerous times. From ISO to self timer function etc...

Could be worse though. A friend of mine took the better part of a wedding shoot forgetting she'd put the camera in manual focus. Painfull mistake..

Greg_Nuspel
05-03-2010, 07:26 AM
This is why sometimes I look back to the film days with affection, you loaded a roll and that's what you had, most had their favourite film so you didn't worry about ASA setting, white balance, format........

If I had a penny for every wrong setting I've had I could afford some nice equipment :headslap:

Bambi
05-03-2010, 08:57 AM
well it's nice to know I'm not alone. :grouphug:

lol,Kat of course you picked up on it.

anyway, I'll move on. But in Banff I will check my settings 3 times :fingerscr