What causes digital noise in our photos?
Is it location darkness, camera settings like aperture, shutter or simply just choosing the wrong ISO?
Join Andrew as he & his lovely model as they put this age old digital-photography belief to the test. Enjoy the result!
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Model: Shu Ting
Editing: Ella Aw
Music: Kevin McLeod & YouTube Creators’ content
and in today's episode of let's find out the stop all saying in digital photography that says hi is own cautious noise is it true how does it happen when does it happen let's find out well before we start the let's find out experiment let's find out the name of our beautiful model for this episode the lovely shooting now this is how we're gonna do it I'm gonna take my camera in this episode I'm just using the Nikon d800e and I go in front there I'm gonna do three different is owls on three different locations with three different brightness we're gonna do an ISO of two hundred sixteen hundred and at 6400 three different ISO and the three different brightness would be very bright outdoor and very dark indoor and medium average brightness like we're shooting is standing now gonna be changing the shutter speed and the aperture but keep the ISO still we are now outdoor let's do the three sets of ISO is 4 p.m. now very bright ISO 216 hundred and sixty four hundred but let me expect the problem that we're gonna have we're gonna run out of shutter speed because at 6400 is or even at eight thousand I think the only thing we can do is change the F number so if that happens don't blame me ISO 200 ISO 1600 and finally at an ISO of 6400 shutter speed of 8,000 so I have to shoot now at F 5.6 and finally we have a very dark location we're gonna repeat the same thing let's start with ISO 200 an ISO of 1600 and here we have the ISO of 6400 conclusion it seems there's only one parameter that causes noise it's high ISO I always thought that if you are in a bright location high ISO will not give you noise not true as we can see in bright location if your ISO is high you still get noise and it gets worse of course if the location is darker so whenever you can use the lowest possible is or regardless the brightness of the location so I hope you enjoyed this new series called let's find out if there's any experiment that you want shooting and I to find out write to us this is now 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why we're gonna empower your assistants to take behind the scenes but I'm not asking you to go set up a new set and tell your crew no no this is not in the brief I know trust me I know what I'm doing let's be creative then I set up there and I want the bride to jump into the river and then the husband no no no no I don't mean that I don't mean a new set I mean that it's an existing set in your shoot drift you should different angle you change lens I'm gonna show you how you do that later in the practical now booking order is where you you have your quotation which you're gonna need go see it on you write all this down in your booking order this is how it looks like so much better now it looks awkward because it's so much taller than me so how do you solve this problem guys right ah then this when that happened you still got your comfortable side like you shot you go like huh see then most Eilish isn't it okay good let's do it the other way around let's finish this post so you do pop pop pop take your five to eight shots done okay what do you want to do now let's post the men now Hung's group just made a beautiful pose for the bride and groom what we're gonna learn to do now is how to add on flash f11 is always full power because you got an umbrella on it and umbrella cuts to Steve they see the reflector working you see very bright lights coming from the day I can see it there you hear is this your dog you're not getting her back no no you know one of the most important expec of photography that you have to master portrait photography the first thing you learn in this series of lessons a different genre that you have in portraits from wedding portrait choose business portraits or even sports portraits you will learn the signs of how to pose the subject regardless whether they are photogenic or not it is your job as a photographer to post them photogenic ly every single time before you take that click you learn the difference of posing man and woman by learning the 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