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Way LOUD
posted by ellenboughn - 23rd of september, 2008
Sound is invisible and depicting it in images is even more challenging than photographs of wind that I have written about previously. From the sound of music to the stress producing noise of an early morning garbage truck, images that... More...
Stuff Happens
posted by ellenboughn - 25th of june, 2008
What does leaving my wallet at the bookstore yesterday, a flashing warning light on the car dashboard as I pulled out to drive back to the bookstore and an error in posting a payment to a bill have to do with stock photography? Typical... More...
More sharp, less noise.
posted by maxsp - 6th of january, 2014
LONG STORY SHORT! So you want sharpen images without noise with a good quality like a PRO. Okay, let's go. 1st - Accept the limitations of your camera, it means you need as much light as cheaper your camera and lens are.... More...
Dealing with noise the smarter way
posted by robinstockphotos - 3rd of july, 2013
You noticed a bear inside a cave just before evening. You recall seeing a duplicate of this shot in the last National Geographic magazine. You bring your thousand dollar camera up with a proud telephoto lens sticking out a couple feet... More...
Noise Reduction Tools: A Review
posted by robinstockphotos - 10th of june, 2013
As a photographer, you always get to encounter situations that are worth capturing but the light is extremely unfavorable. If you have a tripod, you are good to go. But that doesn't always help. Recently while trying to make an HDR... More...
500 images on DT, check!
posted by perstock - 27th of may, 2013
Today I past 500 images online on DT. That's my primary goal for the first year, now I made it in eight months. I know, DT editors are not happy about flags but this one made me happy. As Swedish I will celebrate our National... More...
Night Photography – Shooting images at Night in low light
posted by suyerry - 12th of december, 2012
Night Photography – Shooting images at Night in low light Its Christmas time and if you are like me you want to get out at night and get some images of the lights this time of year. I did some research to help me get better at... More...
What is noise and how to handle it? (in 5 minutes ;)
posted by parkinsonsniper - 18th of may, 2012
Hi everyone, I think noise (or “grain” as called in the analog photography) is the most common problem of most of us, especially for photographers who work outdoor without artificial lighting. There are many softwares,... More...
The problem of the darkness
posted by gong777 - 28th of march, 2012
Hi! Today i want you to devide the solution of problem! i tried many times to take photos at night/but My photos suffered from loads of noise! please! help. what should i do?
Goodbye noisy skies with "distorted pixels"!
posted by androniques - 14th of march, 2012
Hi Dreamers! I guess I am not alone tackling the issue of denoising the skies in outdoor shots, especially when it comes to night photography. Even with photos taken at nominal ISO values (ISO-200 for my camera) I found it often... More...
Preparing Photos for Dreamstime
posted by nigelspiers - 18th of october, 2011
Before I submit any image to Dreamstime these are the steps I take: 1. First I select the best photograph of each subject series based on composition, lighting and sharpness. If it is not sharp already I don’t consider submitting... More...
Noise Reduction Software
posted by akulamatiau - 19th of september, 2011
I always had problems when processing RAW image files especially the ones shot at night time or during low light situation. And of course, a lot of it were refused by DT. We all know that we should try to use low ISO setting to... More...
Images with Panasonic Lumix LX5
posted by fabioconcetta - 16th of august, 2011
Hello! After much research, regarding the purchase of a quality compact camera, my choice fell on the Panasonic Lumix LX5. The key features are: larger sensor than the competition, to keep the digital noise, 24mm Leica lens that starts... More...
Moonrise, noise and NOISE NINJA...
posted by igordabari - 22nd of june, 2011
More than 1 year ago, in April 2010 I took a series of rising moon images just out of my window (near the center of Moscow) with 200mm lens. Then I got an idea to stack them to show the moonrise process. I liked the result but it... More...
Ratings take a tumble
posted by cooper5022 - 20th of april, 2011
I am very disappointed in myself for the huge slump in my approvals this month even after putting them though Noise Ninja. Nevertheless the next batch was approved today. Amongst them some of my favorites of the trip. A lioness feeding... More...
Is the lowest ISO the best?
posted by bradcalkins - 16th of march, 2011
I have to admit that when it comes to ISO, I've always assumed that the base ISO was going to have the cleanest output. I had read articles on how some models of cameras were noisier at the 'in-between' ISOs (ISO 125 and 160) than... More...
Some trick for noise rejection
posted by igordabari - 16th of february, 2011
Lately I took a set of pictures with night urban scenes. Such a subject requires relatively long exposures and ISO should be in most cases high enough. All this stimulates noise and so, normally night photos contain a good deal of noise... More...
Take advantage the sun to eliminate noise
posted by omine77 - 5th of february, 2011
One of the assertions seem obvious and trivial, but the simple truth. The sun helps eliminate noise. But let's start with order. When one enters the world of Microstock, especially at the beginning, we have some confused ideas... More...
Noise, reducing it as
posted by omine77 - 24th of january, 2011
One of the biggest problems that a photographer faces, is surely one of the "noise". Its effect is especially noticeable when using high ISO (up to about 400) and occurs mainly in the darker areas. In fact, in low light situations,... More...
Pet Photography: Getting that look with dogs
posted by visceralimage - 20th of january, 2011
Part of my income stream comes from pet photography. I am sure I could make much more shooting weddings but I am not fond of Bridezillas. I get along much better with animals. When photographing dogs, owners want a picture... More...
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