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Problems with Noise in Dark Areas

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wsheldon:
Issues of HDR aside, I really love the "mood" of your final image. Very nice. The experience you relate here is a great reminder of why shooting multiple exposures and trying different techniques in post is so powerful. You may have started out to use HDR for a challenging exposure situation but had the raw images to go another way in response to feedback. Thanks for sharing.

blaydese:
Agree, great job once you found
the problem and worked it out.

I agree, I too have spent almost 30 min working
on one picture, then BAM, I just stop and take a break. 
Come back and use a preset or two and TADA
picture looks great!

Good luck in the future, stick with it and enjoy your hobby,
I too find it better when I just take my time.

Great picture by the way, really like the green patch.

Peace! 8)

bjd:

--- Quote from: wsheldon on October 14, 2012, 10:02:30 AM ---Issues of HDR aside, I really love the "mood" of your final image. Very nice. The experience you relate here is a great reminder of why shooting multiple exposures and trying different techniques in post is so powerful. You may have started out to use HDR for a challenging exposure situation but had the raw images to go another way in response to feedback. Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks. Here's another one that turned out good (IMHO) without HDR.
On here it looks far too dark though, this is still nothing like what it looks like under LR on my monitor.

I hope I don't get banned from this Forum because of this..(I Mean posting non-HDR shots in a HDR Forum).... :-\


Anyway, I'll still be stuck with the noise problem next time I try HDR.


blaydese:

--- Quote from: bjd on October 16, 2012, 11:57:28 AM ---I hope I don't get banned from this Forum because of this..(I Mean posting non-HDR shots in a HDR Forum).... :-\


Anyway, I'll still be stuck with the noise problem next time I try HDR.

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Oh, that's done it now, we'll pull your finger nails out
and soak your hands in hot sauce!  How dare you post
non HDR shots!  ... Ha ha Just kidding !  Nice picture,
I don't think it's dark at all, imagine that shot blown
up to 24" X 36 and framed, it'd be simply epic.

There is nothing wrong with dark if that is the mood of
the picture.

Dark picture of a clown at a circus, is not cool. ???
clown are bright and cheery, well unless you are going for
something sinister.   :o


Keep working on the HDR, it'll come around,
we're all still learing, and reember it's supposed
to be.....  FUN!   ;D

Peace! 8)

bjd:
OK, well maybe its not too dark, maybe the dynamic range isn't large enough.
Hmm I'll have a look at ways to increase the DR I think.

>>FUN!   ;D

Now you tell me!

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