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Never use a higher ISO than you need (higher ISO is more noise). You do not need IS0 400 when shooting in daylight. The colors are great, composition is good, but the picture has a lot of noise (quite unnecessarily). Some noise in the sky is usually okay here, if the picture is otherwise sharp (but it's too much here IMO).--ArildV 16:10, 7 October 2011 (UTC)
Have you seen current PotD (FP) File:Leeds Castle, Kent, England 3 - May 09.jpg? --Sfu 14:17, 9 October 2011 (UTC) Denoised sky, panoramic image->the individual images are downsampled->less visible noise. Or should I put my Nikon D80 at ISO1600 the next time I shoot in daylight? Also a big difference between EOS 400D and EOS 50D. But the point (and that we judge) is the image quality, and it is too much noise. And I am convinced that it could have been avoided with different settings. Regards--ArildV 14:34, 9 October 2011 (UTC) Nikon D80 at IS0100 File:Styckekranen och torpedverkstaden september 2011.jpg (much less noise, no noise reduction). Nikon D80 and EOS400D have similar resolution and similar noise levels.--ArildV 14:49, 9 October 2011 (UTC) for me ist is QI. --Ralf Roletschek 16:19, 9 October 2011 (UTC)
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Hello, I'd really appreciate it very much if you create ONE deletion request page for the FoP in Latvia (as I did here) instead of creating one for each picture, since the argument is the same for them all and I don't need the same message 100 times in my page. Thanks and regards, --Poco a poco (talk) 08:42, 27 November 2012 (UTC)
Hello, after you took care that all my pictures of Vanšu tilts are gone, I'd like to ask you why were there exclusively only picture of my authorship, whereas in the project there are many others and even a category for the bridge. The FoP does not apply there?. I agree that we have to attach to our policies but it is the first time that I see that they are author-centered instead of subject-centered. Maybe there is a reason for that. Regards, Poco a poco (talk) 07:42, 4 December 2012 (UTC)