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Effects of high ISO in low light

Contributor: Matt Lauder

Length: 8.10

Added: 21/01/2010

Category: Free Tutorials

Shooting with the Canon 5D Mark II at Sommersby Falls on an overcast day we look at the noise generated through the cameras iso range from 50 to 24500, paying particular attention to the noise generated in dark / shadow area.

The reason to do this is to test how far you can push the cameras ISO range to achieve an image where you would be happy to print and sell it to a customer.

With shutter speeds ranging from 1/30 of a sec to 15 seconds you can also see the effect shutter speed has on the moving water.

This tutorial is also available as a written article.

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