New photo ideas for shooting woodland landscapes
Photo Ideas for Woodland Landscapes: make some noise
Add atmosphere and texture to your woodland shots by shooting at high ISOs or adding a film grain effect
Normally, you’d shoot landscapes at the lowest ISO setting to avoid digital noise, but you can use the noise created by high ISO settings to add atmosphere to your woodland images.
that you need to set for the noise to become visible will depend on your camera, but try starting at ISO1600.
The multi-coloured nature of high-ISO noise often isn’t considered as attractive as old-fashioned film grain, so you might prefer to add convincing film-grain effects in Photoshop CS or Elements.
To produce a more film-like effect, go to Filter>Artistic> Film Grain in Photoshop CS3 or Elements 9 (or later) and adjust the amount to suit your image.
PAGE 1: Using blur
PAGE 2: Shooting silhouettes
PAGE 3: Shooting upwards
PAGE 4: Adding noise
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on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 2:00 am under Landscape, Photography Tips.
Tags: landscape photography, photo ideas, Shoot Like A Pro