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Old 01-11-2011, 06:25 AM
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Minimizing noise using CS5 or DPP

Hi folks.

I've had a look at Fred Basset's fine time lapse sequences,and like to have try at something like that one night.Using a Canon 10-22 mm lens on 50D.I have a small EQ mount that does not get used for anything else.

The main problem I can see going to noise.The 50D will give much more than Fred's 5D2. What is best way to lower noise in PP? I use CS5 and DPP.

But never had much skill in removing noise.What are the best settings to using? I always seem to end up with more noise when I run any image through PP.So end up never using it.Any advice on where to put the settings too before using the slider,would be very well received.

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Old 01-11-2011, 01:02 PM
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You don't need noise reduction for timelapses; the images are reduced to web resolution, typically, and the noise is essentially squashed. If you don't have anything faster than about f/2, forget it, basically.

The default settings in DPP should suffice.

Phil, Alex or Fred, the pros, will likely have conflicting, or more informative views.

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