Sony NEX 6, Sigma 19mm f/2.8
ISO 400, f/6.1, 1/60 sec, Raw
Limbricht Part 2
This is a second shot I like a lot from Limbricht. It’s a great place to take images. This time I didn’t have tripod with me and it was getting darker every minute. I wasn’t sure how it’s going to turn out with ISO that high. I didn’t wanted to have too grainy image so I went with f/6.1, but slightly higher shutter speed. Just enough so that I can hold it the camera in my hands and still have sharp images. I have to say that I end up with 10 images ranging from zero to -2 stops, so quite a bit of a aperture difference and very underexposed. Especially the right side of the image was darker. I knew that I can easily correct 1.5 stop difference in Lightroom so I wasn’t concerned about that. The problem was grain from higher ISO. I cleaned it up using noise reduction tool from imagenomic which worked great. After reducing the noise I used unsharp mask filter in Photoshop to bring back some of the lost details…
At the end I end up with quite a descent image…Next time with tripod and remote control…
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