Too Noisey HELP!!!!!!!!!!
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30-10-09, 11:47 AM
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Cheshire , England
Thanks to everyone I am fiinally begining to understand
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Photography is full of trade offs, don't forget an SLR set up is a system, and like any system unless the components are balanced there will be a bottleneck in performance, currently that bottleneck is your lens. Bright light will allow you to have a fast shutter speed with an aperture of F4, quite why it was shot at iso1600 i can't quite fathom, was the light poor?
Also don't rely on auto set it to manual get used to your camera its certainly a capable body, try a variety of settings soon you will build up a good knowledge and it will become second nature.
Also, are you shooting RAW files, they contain more data and when converted have less noise. If you have any examples of your shots post them here so we have a better idea of your troubles.
Thanks Lifecapture, I think I have just realised I am asking the camera to do things beyond the norm ie: no tradeoff , the lights been turned on in my brain. I realise now if I want a really fast shutter speed I need light and a low Fstop , if the Fstop cant go low enough for the shutter speed ie:2.8 it will under expose !!! yes? If I want an Fstop say 32 then the shutter speed needs to be open enough for the right amount of light to get through if not you either under or over expose !! Yes?
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