I was shooting at night at ISO 3200, next morning I went to my kids soccer game and did not change ISO. I shot 2 soccer games not realizing this mistake.
While these pics are decent, they are not what I expected from a 80-200 2.4 lense.
Any suggestions to try to salvage these images?
#1. "RE: Wrong ISO Setting" | In response to Reply # 0Sloaah Registered since 22nd May 2008Sun 14-Sep-08 09:35 AM | edited Sun 14-Sep-08 09:35 AM by Sloaah
If you shoot with the wrong ISO, you can't change that in post. You could try and use Noise Ninja (which you have to pay for) as that would reduce noise levels, but at the cost of detail. You could also use basic noise reduction in Photoshop/Aperture, but these aren't as good. The problem is, ISO 3200 is very high, and you get a lot of noise, so I'm afraid your pictures will never look like they were taken at normal ISOs.