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by Aditya

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Sep
22
awarded  Yearling
Sep
14
comment getting assignments (free or paid) or selling work - for beginners
here we go.. thank you oh wise forum keeper for saving the world from a question that does not have a single exact answer. after all, forums are only for black and white questions right? nobody could benefit from advice in this thread? what about all the people that upvoted all the questions and answers? people like you make stackexchange much worse off
Sep
14
comment getting assignments (free or paid) or selling work - for beginners
this was actually some great advice. i wasn't expecting it to be a walk in the park. but i'm just getting tired walking around for hours trying to find photo ops.. i figured having a goal of making money, or getting gigs would stretch my abilities to do something that is in demand (by a single individual or online groups).. thanks again! very useful advice
Sep
13
asked getting assignments (free or paid) or selling work - for beginners
Jul
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accepted Can someone shed some light on how the effect in this bar photo was done?
Jul
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comment Can someone shed some light on how the effect in this bar photo was done?
from what i can gather on the internets, split toning convers an image into sepia like dual tone photo.. all colors are lost due to b&w conversion
Jul
7
asked Can someone shed some light on how the effect in this bar photo was done?
Jun
20
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
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comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
i noticed! thanks
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
jrista, i appreciate your willingness to help. the question i was asking was caused by my initial thoughts that lower ISO should not only decrease the amount of noise, but also improve image quality including things like quality of colors. basically i was looking for a more visible difference between 160 and 1600. but i get it now that the iso range is much larger and the difference is narrowing in newer cameras (mine being brand new). i also learned about "exposure time noise".. very helpful.. i'll make another comparison on more even grounds.
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
thank you sir. "exposure time noise" was a concept i was not aware of.
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
interesting, so you are saying that the longer the exposure is, (the smaller the aperture) the more noise gets in?
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
@mattdm, i only resorted to tinypic, after this site rejected my photos with that warning. the photos i was uploading here were straight from the camera w/out any modifications
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
mattdm, thanks for editing! do you know why i was getting that error when i tried to upload my images here? something about framing not allowed? these were images straight out of the camera..
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
thanks, i went back and looked at zoomed in versions. that finally revealed a more clear difference in the graininess.
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
there was a tripod, no glass, also in one shot a car went by which is why you see the some reflection in lower left corner... i'd like to hear more about why you state that the camera settings were counter intuitive? at first i shot with low ISO to get best wall detail.. following that, i increased it to decrease apperture, and capture subjects crossing in front of the wall
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
thanks Russel. i did realize that aperture difference does not help a direct comparison (did not think of it at the time of shooting). Does depth of field matter that much when shooting an object that is equal distance all throughout the photo (such as a wall) ? also, why f/11 and not f/5.6 ?
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
yes, i am no hardware guru, but actually image quality and low noise at high ISO were major selling points in this camera for me. The reason for the question above is just me trying to understand the sensor, and exactly what to expect at different settings. thanks for taking the time to answer
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
jrista, good point. i just felt a little bit silly that i posted my question before actually zooming to 100%, because at that level the difference was apparent. so i thought my question was not that good which is why accepted so quickly.
Jun
4
comment Why do these images taken at significantly different ISO appear equal in quality?
actually those were "fine" jpegs. i thought it was raw, but it was dark and i set it incorrectly. would raw make much difference in respect of iso noise??