Dealing With a High ISO

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Dealing With a High ISO

Postby JensenBreck » Mon Nov 27, 2017 11:56 am

I got the chance to take pictures of puppies in a field, and I thought the pictures would be fine, but I guess not. It was cloudy, and the sun was going down, so the auto ISO was around 3200. I needed a high shutter, since the puppies were running around and such. The quality was absolutely horrible. Maybe one or two photos would be considered okay, but the majority were grainy, blurry, and for some reason out of focus. I had on auto focus, but even when the camera said it was in focus, it wasn't. Any tips? (I also shoot in RAW, so is there any way I can edit it to make it less grainy?

I didn't find the right solution on internet.

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https://www.dpreview.com/post/
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