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    One day I am going to spend time and work out how to get the pictures to come out less grainy. www.facebook.com/pages/Pete-W-Photography/114447745250142

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    1. alexsmolik 32 months ago | reply

      What a good-looking car.
      Very sinister in full-black. Looks like darth vader or something.

    2. Sukun Photography 32 months ago | reply

      1250.. its inevitable picture will appear noisy right?

    3. Rupert Procter 32 months ago | reply

      Are you using 'auto ISO? ISO 1250 is pretty high, you'll need to lower that for clean photos. Advice is to take a tripod to a low-light shoot and take longer exposures on lower ISO sensitivity. The results should counter the hassle of carrying a tripod. Cool shot of some amazing cars btw. I like how you've managed to get all different models in the same colour. Your other shots are great too!

    4. KuleliDesign 32 months ago | reply

      you can improve it with photoshop too. it would kill the sharpness tough

    5. ///r3 32 months ago | reply

      Perhaps you could use the noise reduction tool? I use Lightroom and it does help to remove the grain.

      Nevertheless, this is a great shot! Insta-fave for me!

    6. Tom Fraser Photo 32 months ago | reply

      Mm, agreed as above. This is a lovely thought out shot though!

    7. PWphotography 32 months ago | reply

      Thanks guys, I know how to reduce noise on PS but, as you say, it would make it less sharp. I just have to put in more effort to learning the camera functions!

    8. Omar Sabir 32 months ago | reply

      Damn what a beast I need to see this car in person, looks so much better in black than the usual blue/white colour scheme! :)

    9. BapsLuk 32 months ago | reply

      that's awesome!!!! great shot!

    10. Daryl Chapman Photography 32 months ago | reply

      as Rupert said, yes a lower ISO and maybe a tripod. Focus on various places for best results as that bright outdoor light could cause trouble.

    11. Valentin Rîciu [deleted] 32 months ago | reply

      Awesome!

    12. FreeLunchPhotos 32 months ago | reply

      You should have tried 1/10 Shutter with 800 ISO, it might have gotten you a cleaner result...

    13. thetheo2012 30 months ago | reply

      awesome masarati mc 12

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