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I didn't realise that boosting ISO could make such a large file!

Posted by juanital (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 28, 07 at 7:40

I've been desiring to experiment out of realm of usual...while photography is quite a learning experience,I'm ready to go another experiment...So what can you tell me about ISO's? How do you use them and for what particular scenes do you use a higher or lower one?

A very nice big tree which have seen it's glory in its days...I think it may be dead but not sure...
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A section of tree...camera zoomed...
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Juanita
Oly SP-510UZ Manual Mode-White balance set for scene-ISO 200


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RE: I didn't realise that boosting ISO could make such a large fi

Have a read

Here is a link that might be useful: here


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RE: I didn't realise that boosting ISO could make such a large fi

Juanita, those are beautiful photos. The top one is really outstanding, I love it.


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RE: I didn't realise that boosting ISO could make such a large fi

Looks like it may have gotten hit by lighting or a big wind at some point.
I try to keep my IS) ISO at 400 or less (on the Digital Rebel, even lower on my Sony H5). The higher it is, the noisier the pic is. But turning it up can help you get some shots you might not otherwise get.
JoanMN


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RE: I didn't realise that boosting ISO could make such a large fi

Thanx Marnie and Joan...And Arbx for that great link...It explained alot in an easy way to understand!


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