Wow, you all replied at the same time.
, I understand now that it's a program that's actually called "Neat Image", not Netimage.
|Quoting Viv (Reply 2):|
Are you increasing the ISO? Better to use a bigger aperture and to keep the ISO at not more than 200.
Are you sharpening the entire image? Better to sharpen the aircraft only.
>> Hello Viv, I've never tried to change the ISO setting on my camera before (which is only an HP
Photosmart R707 with 5.1 mp), but it seems to me that now would be a good time to try that. Also, I didn't know I could sharpen "only" the aircraft. Wow, now my mind is really spinning!
I've obviously got a lot of learning to do both about my little camera and my editing program which is CompuPic Pro.
|Quoting WhyWhyZed (Reply 3):|
Neat image is a software that basically removes the noise/grain for you. The downside is that it will make your colours and your whole photo, mushy.
>> Hello WhyWhyZed, Thanks for your info and the link. I think I'm going to pass on this "Neat Image" program for now though. I've got to much basic info to learn about first I believe.
, it was great to meet you out at Pearson Intl for the YYZ
meet last summer.
|Quoting Psych (Reply 4):|
I think this person meant to say 'Neat Image', which is a program that can be downloaded from the net. It can be useful for removing grain from photos, but it needs to be used with care.
>> Hello Psych, yeah it was obviously just a typo in his remarks. Although I can be very neat & detailed & creative with a pencil or paintbrush, I think I'll wait a bit before I try to learn a new editing program on the computer like this Neat Image on the net.
Well Paul, that's kind of you to ask.
I'm doing good, Thank You. I'm currently off work though with 3 broken ribs on my left side (I slipped & fell from on top of my truck's engine block and landed sideways on the front bumper that was fully exposed), so I've got another 10 days of healing time untill I go back to driving. Thus I've been visiting all the airports around Toronto & taking photos.
I've got to stop being so lazy and read some more about my camera's settings.
I got my editing program from my Dad (just a copy he made on a disc), so I don't have a book about it's capabilities. I hope I find out that this program I'm using can isolate just and aircraft for sharpening ..... that would really be great!