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Discussion in 'Birds' started by cybertec69, Feb 12, 2019.

  1. D500 and Nikon 200-500mm, hand held in low light "overcast/dusk" exposure bumped to +1, ISO 6400.
    I believe that is the limit for the D500 and capturing anything that would be considered acceptable. Images cleaned up with DXO PhotoLab Elite and Prime noise reduction.

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    Thanks for looking.
     
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2019
  2. nice and sharp

    I would tighten the crops
     
  3. For all the talk about losing DR at high ISO these look pretty darn good.
     
  4. Thanks Randy, when you mean tighten the crops, I believe you meant the perched ones, correct.
    Thanks Dan. I tried to see what ISO 6400 looks like and if it's usable, I usually don't go past ISO 3200 with the D500, but that's just me.
     
  5. Did a tighter crop on numbers 1&2.
     
  6. Looks better
    Try for more space in the direction the bird is looking
     
  7. Jeff1

    Jeff1

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    Mar 26, 2017
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    Jeff
    Nice shots! Jeff
     
  8. Thank you Jeff
     
  9. now that I'm looking on my desktop they look great
     
  10. Thank you Randy I opened up the space where the bird is looking at.
     
  11. Very good job, I like them. Well done.
     
  12. Thank you Louis, first time I shot at this high ISO with the D500.
     
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