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Tutorials and livestreams update – Hello from me, David

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  • Simon Warren

    Suggestion: I'd very much like to see a tutorial (or a live stream) on CP1 Noise Reduction.

    (I recently had to use ISO 128,000 on my Fuji X-T5 due to very low light. The camera reviews say results at this ISO are "acceptable" but I'm sure that my image could be greatly improved by good use of this tool ).

     

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  • David Grover
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    Simon Warren

    Thanks for the feedback Simon.  That is a good suggestion for me to look at.

    128,000 Is pretty high!  What were you shooting out of interest?

    David

     

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  • Simon Warren

    A train, so needed a fairly high shutter speed. This is unedited except for resizing.

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  • Jack W
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    Simon Warren I almost think this shot would look cool with some motion/blur but not too much. Maybe 1/40s depending on how fast it's moving?

    Seems to me that 128000 is definitely usable at this scale. Which still seems mad to me!

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  • David Grover
    Moderator

    As Jack-W says, if you can pan / capture with a low shutter speed that can make for a great shot.

    If it's doing 200 km/h might be more of a challenge.  :D

     

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  • Simon Warren

    Motion blur is a useful suggestion though not easy to anticipate the speed of the target. My interest is the background location and composition is top important. Only a few steam trains pass in a year and always late evening. I took this shot for practice. The noise shows badly at 100 percent and does degrade the detail more than I'd like.

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  • Simon Warren

    David must have posted at the same time as mine sent. I can't pan cos background must be recognisable, but motion blur might be great if the loco I was planning for is smoking enough.

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  • Ivar KJELBERG

    Hello David,

    And thanks for a lot of really nice videos, really helpful to give ideas how to better edit our images, for all situations :)  Unfortunately few are in French, so I may not use the videos directly for our local photo-club here in the village, but it gives me good inspiration to show them some of the tricks I use on CO1, I have a friend illustrating Photoshop treatment too, as I have restricted myself to only one tool, as this is an occupation mostly for fun I have to minimise somewhat my expenses :)

    I have one suggestion for a new video, I'm ending up making mostly "images for the web" or for my screen, but I'll want to try to get some of them printed too.

    However, this is tricky as I really need to adapt the print settings to my selected "print house". Could you find a way to propose a video specifically on the set up a good print images relation with any preferred printing office. Suggestions how to send some test images, how to best analyse the result coming back, I'm sure there are good procedures how to minimise the print out of several tests as when you print out large, it becomes costly and you want it to be good at the first try.

    I'm mainly doing landscapes now, but would like to get back to portraits too, and you might well have a few procedures for different image types.

    Thanks in advance,
    Sincerely,
    Ivar

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  • CambsCreative

    Suggestion for a livestream tutorial, entitled: 'Printing with Capture One'. Why? I can't find anything by Capture One that has been created in the lat 10 years, well, perhaps a little less, but very dated and things have moved on a ton. 

    So I'd suggest a livestream on printing with Capture one demonstrating the entire process from preparing the image in Capture One and getting it ready for print with the usual upping the exposure by a third of a stop or so to compensate for computer backlight as it will end on on paper, that reflects light. Covering installing the ICC profile for the paper/printer used, and use a quality printer like a Canon imagePROGRAF Pro model, for example, with a decent cotton rag paper. 

    This would be a superb tutorial or livestream. Come on guys, get those images out of cyberspace and onto paper, to make true 'art' where they belong.

    Honestly, I can't find anything on printing from Capture One that covers the entire process from the original RAW file, editing, printing etc.

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