Thursday, November 12, 2009

Taken on: November 10, 2009
Taken at: Taylor University - Upland, IN

©2009 Alex Moore


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Anonymous said...

your photographs are too noisy. Turn down the iso and crank down your f/stop. nobody wants little dots all over their photograph.

A. Moore Photography said...

I'm sorry that you don't care for my photographs. My budget is limited at the time, and I can not afford the top-of-the-line noiseless gear. Personally, I prefer a little noise over a blurry photo or no photo at all.

Of coarse, noise and blur can be used creatively to enhance a photo. Chase Jarvis says in his newest book, The Best Camera, "If you don't think you can take a picture of something with a certain camera, you're playing by the rules." I've used camera techniques to creatively use noise. One of my favorite examples is in my "Presence of God" series:

If you would like to see photographs that don't have noise, I would recommend that you check out my portrait photography: