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    Playing with higher iso's

    Still playing around with some higher iso's to see what i can and can't get away with. The first two are iso 800 and 840mm(300+1.4TC+2TC), the last one is iso800 and 420mm

    My fav. duck............wood duck. These little guy's are very tough to get close to.

    Playing with higher iso's

    Shouldn't have resharpened the water, but too lazy to make another mask
    Playing with higher iso's

    Playing with higher iso's

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    Re: Playing with higher iso's

    You are bound to get a little bit of noise at ISO 800 but you don't have any areas of deep shadow there so I think they have worked fine.

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    Re: Playing with higher iso's

    Steve
    They fit into the 'perfectly acceptable' category for me. I suppose we all have different tolerance levels of what is or is not acceptable. Be interesting to read what others think.

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    Re: Playing with higher iso's

    Hi Steve,

    If you're feeling lazy in the masking department just apply the sharpening globally, and then use the history brush to roll it back from the areas that you don't want sharpened (it doesn't need to be too precise). Alternatively, duplicate the layer - sharpen it globally - turn off the bottom layer (so you can see what you're doing) and then just erase the bits that don't need sharpening on the top layer (then flatten).

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