boff180 wrote:Thanks guys, all (apart from the DA4 shot) with the Sigma 50-500mm OS.
Tankbuster, they were suffering with very bad noise and what looked like underexposure on the histogram. Turned out they were overexposed and as I'd shot in RAW, the noise could be dealt with.
Geoffers wrote:Yes it's amazing what you can recover from a RAW image. I once took a close shot of a colour scheme at the front of a train and was fiddling with the curves to make it even more abstract when suddenly my own reflection appeared in the picture - completely invisible in the original. It was quite a shock!
It would be useful and interesting if you could share what you did to deal with the noise, many of us would post more pictures if we had such tricks to bolster our lack of talent. For example, I have some concert pictures (also shot in RAW) that I was convinced were going to be great...
But well done on the shots. My own favourite is the Meteor - it looks SO good in the sky!
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