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Old 25th January 2012
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Noisy Bristol?

Hi All

I'd be grateful for your thoughts on the attached as a composition. It was taken using my new purchase 11-22mm at F22 and 1/80s. Do you think it has much noise? If anyone answers, I will post what ISO was used.

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Old 25th January 2012
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Re: Noisy Bristol?

Doubt if anyone will have much of a view about the noise from such a small file. Better to post something much larger into the gallery, if you are having difficulties with the gallery system then shout out, someone will come along and explain.

But I'd raise a question - why F22?, with the 11mm lens (at 11mm) then F8 would give you everything in-focus from about 2ft to infinity - if you focus about 4ft away.

Looks like a nice composition - but a bigger file would really help.

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Re: Noisy Bristol?


The image is far too small and has very bad jpg artifacts causing a very blocky and blotchy appearance so comments as too noise is a non starter. Try a larger image with a lot less compression.

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