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Setazo:
K3nt I would love to see your specific Aperture 3 preset settings, if you can post them  :D

By the way, nice shots!

Cheers

K3nt:

--- Quote from: Setazo on January 23, 2013, 05:31:30 AM ---K3nt I would love to see your specific Aperture 3 preset settings, if you can post them  :D

By the way, nice shots!

Cheers

--- End quote ---

I'll post them tomorrow as I don't have them handy at work. But no problem. And thanks for the appreciation.  ;D

sandymandy:
Better a noisy photo than no photo. Seriously go develop some of your digital prints and you will see the noise that looks so offensive on the screen isnt an issue on the photo print really.

K3nt:
Yay! The login worked from home... Anyway... The promised Aperture 3 import settings I use and found useful. Ofcourse the processing doesn't stop here, but it makes things easier when moving on to the next bits in the workflow.

Indoor - High ISO preset: (this usually means some sporting event of exhibition, no flash allowed)
Boost: 0.70
Hue Boost: 0.55

Sharpening: 0.85
Detail: 0.75

Moire: 0.50
Radius: 4.00
De-Noise: 0.60

These settings don't vary much between profiles. My base preset for low ISO imports (100-1250 (about)):
Boost: 0.65
Hue Boost: 0.50

Sharpening: 0.85
Detail: 0.70

Moire: 0.50
Radius: 4.00
De-noise: 0.30

After that the other tools come in... PS5, Noise Ninja etc..

Hope this helps.

Drizzt321:
The other bit that helps, is when scaling down from full size you tend to eliminate more and more of the noise that exists. So full res might not be as kind at such high ISOs, but for web or small print (5x7, maybe 8x10) you often get quite usable shots even at what seems like really high ISO.

I'm actually considering if maybe I want to rally crank my ISO up on my 5d3 past 6400 (I try and not go higher) to get faster shutter speed when I know I'm shooting mostly just for web. Just a bit of de-noising in LR4, and then scale to 1200px long edge eliminates a lot more noise that I realize at the time of shooting.

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