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Wildflowers and Mt. Adams, Washington

Posted by
Don Smith (California, United States) on 8 June 2016 in Landscape & Rural.

How do I deal with capturing wildflowers when the wind is blowing? That's easy, I set my aperture (for depth-of-field), then set the shutter needed to freeze the flowers, then lastly, I crank up the ISO to make the exposure (or use Auto ISO). Oftentimes this ISO gets really high - and you guessed it - NOISE. Here is my secret weapon: DxO OpticsPro 11. This new RAW processor version was just released on June 1 and I use it for its PRIME NOISE reduction feature - nothing on the market comes close - it gets the noise and leaves the sharpness. Here is my review of this awesome software's latest offering: CLICK HERE. I am not affiliated with this company so I unfortunately have no code to offer.

Spring Wildflowers and Mt. Adams, Southern Washington

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SONY ILCE-7RM2 1/125 second F/16.0 ISO 4000 113 mm (35mm equiv.)

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