A&P New Pic, Can I get some help v.NoiseNinja

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by LowLikeWhoaF150, May 8, 2006.

  1. :hs: It is my future wife DJ Lady Tribe :naughty:
    The lighting was alittle tricky, I don't have a flash and I shot this from a pretty far distance with a 70-200.

    I just downloaded noise ninja from http://www.picturecode.com/nn_standalone.htm

    I opened the prog up and tried playing around with it but I don't see any inprovements happening so I crank everything up and it destroys the pic. Any tutorials on using NN? :x:

    Well anyways here's the pic, can someone hook it up with a noise treatment please? :hs:

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    [email protected] :o (it's the only way I could get the pics to come out without everything being blurry :hs: )
     
  2. White Stormy

    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    is that a man?
     
  3. Tomash

    Tomash Active Member

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    Download the profile for your camera, and run the noise removal process.
     
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    mobbarley Active Member

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    Obviously not a very good DJ if (s)he needs the 'assets' hangin out like that.
     
  5. PonySpanker

    PonySpanker New Member

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    I never could get NoiseNinja to give me decent results. I use Imagenomic Noiseware Pro. I ran the default settings and it spit out this....

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  6. Derrict

    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    Looks good.
     
  7. mojito

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    1/4000 @ iso 1600?
    1/2000 @ iso 800
    1/1000 @ iso 400
    1/500 @ iso 200

    all equivalent exposures
     
  8. Bdog

    Bdog ...but do I really care?

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    Here's mine in Photoshop using the noise filter, then I did a slight color adjustment.

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  9. amazing :eek3:

    is it free? link?
     
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    joy division New Member

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    that is one HAGGARD bitch
     
  12. SpiderOnTheFloor

    SpiderOnTheFloor New Member

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    wait why did you use iso 1600? your shutter was 1/4000
     
  13. Derrict

    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    Shooting in the shadows. I was shooting at 400, 1/2000

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  14. mojito

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    She spins so fast, you need the fastest shutter speed possible.
     
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    NauticaX OT Supporter

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    that fast huh? :eek4d:


    :rofl:
     

  17. There was also a bikini contest going on and I didn't want blurry shots. I had my shutter set slower for a little while but I started seeing blur. I know 4000 is way too much for what was going on, I really shoulda dropped it down but oh well. And it was pretty dark where we were and I didn't have a flash that's the reason I bumped the ISO way the hell up.:hsd:
     
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  19. Yep Derrict and NauticaX were there also.
     
  20. mojito

    mojito New Member

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    1/4000 @ iso 1600?
    1/2000 @ iso 800
    1/1000 @ iso 400
    1/500 @ iso 200

    all equivalent exposures


    you coulda shot 1/125 and been fine
     
  21. next time you see people on a dark stage moving around try shooting at 1/125 :hs:
     
  22. mojito

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    people don't move that fast. and look at your meter and histogram, they don't lie that often.

    iso 1600 at 1/4000 is the same as iso 200 at 1/500. nothing would change except a whole lot less noise
     

  23. your skills > mine

    So I'll just take your word for it but I still can't see myself ever shooting 1/125 for anything involving motion. :hs:
     
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    you'd be surprised how slow people move. but you could have shot at 1.500 and not had any noise issues. Just play around with exposures and look at the histogram. If you're shoot at that high of a shutter speed, you might rethink the exposure.
     
  25. Derrict

    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    Noise -> Despeckle
     

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