Asia Arts Museum D700 + 85mm 1.8, ISO 1600+

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by vladik1980, Aug 18, 2008.

  1. No noise reduction was used. Love the miniscule grain! :smile:
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  2. These look incredible for ISO 1600
     
  3. Thanks Phil, thats what I keep repeating to myself :DDD
     
  4. Those are SHARP and the color is fabulous!
    9,10, and 13 are my favorites. :biggrin:
     
  5. awesome series
    you really posted some wonderful images here

    thank you for sharing
     
  6. Really Great.
     
  7. Thanks everyone! :)

    I tried hard to get them right in the museum, to minimize pp :)
     
  8. Works for me. Nice exposures and sharpness.
     
  9. Thanks Dez! I've noticed that radius of 1% for sharpening works much better for D700, doesn't add much noise. Pictures #16 is actually ISO 3200 and to me it looks incredible! :)
     
  10. WOW, awesome images.
    The performance of the D700: stellar!
    This is slowly starting to drive me nuts, maybe I need to make a trip to the camera store...
     
  11. JustEd

    JustEd

    Jul 21, 2008
    Sacramento, CA
    I like very much... Am presuming these are all available light (incadescent probably) so am wondering how you achieved a proper color balance? In camera or processing? <Newbie Question
     
  12. Frits, thanks very much! You should be careful going to the store, you may end up with a D700 at the minimum ;)) It is an awesome camera!!

    Ed,

    Thanks very much! All of these are available light, no flash with Auto white balance. I guess they really did improve the WB, I didn't have to change it on any of those shots. Other wise, if there is a mistake on how the auto WB was captured, you can easily correct with software ( Capture NX or Photoshop), if you shot if RAW. I hope this answers your question.

    Vlad