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    How can i take better pics by using my 2 MP Kodak with a 2x zoom.. until i save up to buy a better camera, they come out with 2 much grain... anyway to reduce that, would a tripod help? Here are some of my pictures
    http://www.myaviation.net/search/sea...=omer%20gilani
    Only the dead have seen the end of the war-Plato

  • #2
    ummmm....you can't....



    Just playing with you Omer. My suggestion is that you get a new camera if possible.

    -PIAA310
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    • #3
      No, the tripod wouldn't reduce noise. Noise is caused by several things like ISO, the CCD or CMOS itself etc. I would suggest for the time being looking at downloading a noise reduction program for the computer. These are easy to use and some are free. They may blur the picture slightly, but the results I have seen are quite clear.

      But you might look at a new camera ASAP.
      CheckSix

      Equipment: A camera (who gives a rip about the brand?)

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      • #4
        Hmmm...the pics look pretty good. But I don't think a tripod would help...then again, i've never used one.

        A tip for better pics is when your close to the planes like in a lot of your photos, try to zoom out as much as you can so that you can get the whole plane in the photo.

        cheers,
        -Chasen


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        • #5
          thnx people for your adivce... but noice reduction never heard that.. i guess it has nothing to do with sound? But ill try finding a program... wuts the name of the noise reduction program?
          Only the dead have seen the end of the war-Plato

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          • #6
            http://www.neatimage.com/
            Will F.
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            • #7
              There is another freeware noise reduction (called grain in 35mm) here:


              http://helicon.com.ua/pages/index.php?id=347
              CheckSix

              Equipment: A camera (who gives a rip about the brand?)

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              • #8
                Also use no higher than ISO 100. P&S sucks when it comes to grain at ISO 200 or above. Or use the helican noise reducer.... much better.

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                • #9
                  since there aren't very many things that you can control in your camera I would reccomend simply working on your framing of pictures (where things go). Read up as much as you can and look up 'the rule of thirds'. Also, dont use digital zoom, ever. It is absolutely uselss because it makes pictures end up very pixely. The best thing you can do is practice practice practice.

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