skihigh2002
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Grainy Picture

Mon Oct 15, 2001 12:08 pm

Hi, I am trying to get a picture accepted here at Airliners. I took one digital photo of a DC-3 cockpit and got it accepted but all the others I have taken with my normal camera and have been rejected. They look so grainy. How do I get rid of this? It's like the difference between analog and digital video. You can just tell.

Chris
 
chris28_17
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RE: Grainy Picture

Mon Oct 15, 2001 12:59 pm

can we see the photos?
 
scottysair
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RE: Grainy Picture

Tue Oct 16, 2001 2:47 am

No, that is too grainy on 400 blue and starting use it with 100 red by Royal Kodak at store by Walgreens or Eckerds. that you need it with a better pictures and not made too grainy on the pictures. That is important as for you. Hope this is helped for you. Thank you!
 
Aer Lingus
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RE: Grainy Picture

Tue Oct 16, 2001 3:24 am

Change the film speed to a lower ISO - not above 100ISO if possible
 
skihigh2002
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RE: Grainy Picture

Thu Oct 18, 2001 7:35 am

Ok guys, here is one of the pics I took at Schiphol : http://www.geocities.com/skihigh2002/KLM737.jpg . Please tell me everything I can do to make it better. And please tell me in lamens terms as I am totally new to really trying to get good photos. I took this with a 35 MM APS camera.


Chris
 
Dazed767
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RE: Grainy Picture

Thu Oct 18, 2001 11:24 am

400 speed, plus a little point and shoot camera will give you bad results (i started like that too). 100 speed will help a little bit, but an SLR type camera will give you better results.
 
skihigh2002
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RE: Grainy Picture

Thu Oct 18, 2001 11:47 am

What's SLR? Sounds expensive lol.

Chris

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