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Explorer ,
Feb 01, 2019 Feb 01, 2019

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This image has had some noise reduction done, but that's all. It's original is in RW2 format (RAW) and taken with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 (Micro 4/3)

ISO 160 14mm f/6.3 1/400 sec

Image size 1958x1101 - 14.19MB.

So I believe it's possibly too small to meet the minimum Megapixel specs. This is 2.1 Megapixels. I think the minimum is 4MP.

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Engaged , Feb 01, 2019 Feb 01, 2019
Yes - in the future you have to make the files larger. Ok image by the way .. 

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Yes - in the future you have to make the files larger. Ok image by the way .. 

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Feb 01, 2019 Feb 01, 2019

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You still have noise in your image. Noticeable in the sky area and the ranges.

And yes. minimum is 4MP:

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Explorer ,
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Thanks.  I'll look into the noise issues again. I can't use this image and others in the same series though. I shot them all too small. LowRes... won't do that again. Not to worry. I live an learn.

But removing noise, now there's something I'm still working with.

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Why do you have noise in your images? It's usually not visible in photographs if they the exposure is ok ..

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Why do I have noise in my images? Good question. In this case, I confess I'm struggling to see much noise even at some magnification. The tree-clad mountains so look a bit noisy though, and the clouds need a little. If I de-noise the image it actually loses some resolution, however, there could be some improvement. Let me see what I can do.

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Engaged ,
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It can't be noise - if so your camera need repair ...

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The sensor size is small - Micro 4/3 - so this can/could be an issue. This is a disadvantage of using 4/3 sensor size.

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Feb 01, 2019 Feb 01, 2019

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I see. Yes. Well, can't afford another camera so I will have to shoot with this in mind.

Thanks for that. I can use all the help I can get 🙂

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Feb 02, 2019 Feb 02, 2019

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Don’t have to shoot i RAW - but in the highest resolusion.

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Explorer ,
Feb 01, 2019 Feb 01, 2019

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This is interesting. One person tells me I have noise, and another is saying there isn't. Personally, I can't see any noise unless I enlarge it to three times its size and then maybe it's not noise?

So maybe someone with more expertise than I have can point out the issue for me? Thanks.

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If you want to shoot for stock, then it's best to use full resolution and to shoot in raw.

You then have a lot more control in post-processing.

Also be careful about your ISO. Don't have it too high. High ISO introduces more noise.

Your camera is fine. Just know its limitations.

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