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Re: High ISO noise

Where you shoot from is key.  It is the most important part of sports photography. However, it will not affect how much or how little noise the camera makes. Are you being too critical, probably.  All photographers see the worst in their work.

 

In you sample shot the DOF is too short and that likely makes you think noise is bad. If you are OOF too, it makes noise look worse. The first sample shot of the man is OOF.  The third shoot, football player, is also OOF but the girls BB shot is great.

A real nice shot of the action.

 

"As far as getting lower ,my knees give me a little trouble"

 

You won't do your knees or the amount of noise any good by getting lower. But you will get a better perspective as it looks like you shot from the bleachers!

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Re: High ISO noise


@ebiggs1 wrote:

 

The first sample shot of the man is OOF


Haters just love to hate.  I can see myself in his sunglasses.  This photo is tack sharp, folks.02AAFCA0-53A4-49D7-9175-A4DFACBC201F.jpeg

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Re: High ISO noise

Thanks to all for your help!

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Re: High ISO noise

Low angle is great if you have access to the baseline. If not, it's tough to get a shot of the front of a player taking a free throw without being at a higher angle. The players on the side of the lane would get in the way of the player attempting the free throw.
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Re: High ISO noise

"This photo is tack sharp, folks."

 

You need to sharpen your"tacks"!  Smiley Wink

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