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Win Portraiture, Noiseware, and Real Grain from Imagenomic

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Win Portraiture, Noiseware, and Real Grain from Imagenomic

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MCP Actions is excited to announce this “smooth” contest where the lucky winner drawn at random will win Imagenomic Pro Plug-In Suite.  The winner will get 3 fabulous products with a $300 retail value: Portraiture 2, Real Grain and Noiseware Professional Plug-In.

To enter the contest, comment directly to the blog answering the following:

  • Since shooting digital, what is the worst location you have ever had to shoot in (in terms of low light causing noise)?
  • What camera were you using?
  • And what ISO were you at? If you are unsure, go look up your EXIF data in Photoshop (FILE – FILE INFO – CAMERA DATA).
  • Twitter, post to Facebook, or tell 3 or more photographer friends that you know about this contest so they can enter too.

The winner will be picked at random this coming up Sunday, June 28th so check back.

Here is a little info on each product:

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  1. June 23, 2009 at 10:14 am —

    My worst was a wedding in a dark hall in Capemay, NJ. It was during the day, but all the window’s were blacked out to create a mood. LOL! My camera was a Canon Xti, 50mm 1.8 lens and and ISO of 1600. I had to “vintage” the look of the photo to make the grain look intended.

  2. June 23, 2009 at 10:13 am —

    •Since shooting digital, what is the worst location you have ever had to shoot in (in terms of low light causing noise)? High school graduation/auditorium
    •What camera were you using? Canon 40D
    •And what ISO were you at? If you are unsure, go look up your EXIF data in Photoshop (FILE – FILE INFO – CAMERA DATA). up to 3200
    •Twitter, post to Facebook, or tell 3 or more photographer friends that you know about this contest so they can enter too. Off to Twitter 🙂

  3. June 23, 2009 at 10:12 am —

    My house. It is so dark. My little boys birthday party in december. I had to go up to ISO 800. Shooting with a Nikon D70. I used the free trial of this software and went into mourning when the trial period was over! I want to win this so badly!

  4. Adrianne
    June 23, 2009 at 10:08 am —

    •Since shooting digital, what is the worst location you have ever had to shoot in (in terms of low light causing noise)? Soccer game outside at 10pm at night. The field lights were old and weak. It was horrible.

    •What camera were you using? Canon XTi

    •And what ISO were you at? If you are unsure, go look up your EXIF data in Photoshop (FILE – FILE INFO – CAMERA DATA). The highest they offer ISO 1600. Hate to shoot with that on the XTi.

    •Twitter, post to Facebook, or tell 3 or more photographer friends that you know about this contest so they can enter too. I have you posted on my FB page! 🙂

  5. June 23, 2009 at 10:05 am —

    The worst lighting conditions have been at the hospital during labor and delivery sessions. I know I’ve shot at ISO 1600 or higher on my D300. Anything over 400 and I start seeing noise. Awesome contest – thank you! Off to tell some friends!

  6. June 23, 2009 at 10:05 am —

    At a client’s home for a newborn shoot during a thunderstorm. I was shooting with a Canon 40D and had to bump up my ISO to 1250. This software looks great…would love to have it!

  7. MariaV
    June 23, 2009 at 10:02 am —

    I shot NYC’s Financial District at 3:00 a.m. using my Canon 5D. I was at ISO100 sans flash. The camera held up beautifully. Thank you for the contest, Jodi.

  8. Sarah
    June 23, 2009 at 10:01 am —

    Tough one as it usually has something to do with my kids. With others, i can control the light, but kid activities…we don’t get a say. For fairness, and because I don’t have twins, I’ll have to choose one of each, both at ISO 3200, 40D. My three year old boy skating for the first time. Dark, old fluorescent lights, white balance all over the place. Expression on his face because he was playing “hockey”–priceless. My daughter, dance recital on a proper “adult” stage in a real theatre. Lots of black (background, clothes), but funky lights here and there, random. Pride in her accomplishments–also priceless. 🙂

  9. Jeanine
    June 23, 2009 at 10:01 am —

    Newborn session, indoors in the evening. Patio door had overhang so light was scary low by the time we got the baby settled. I had to go to ISO 1000 with my canon 40D.

  10. June 23, 2009 at 10:00 am —

    My camera is known for terrible noise. Even in direct sun, I see noise. I shoot with a Canon 30D and the worst noise was shooting under a tent at a wedding with my speedlight. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to reduce the noise. I was shooting at an ISO of 400 and cranking up the light. I will RT your message on twitter since I follow you. Thanks for the awesome contest.

  11. June 23, 2009 at 9:58 am —

    In an abandoned building downtown! I was using a Canon Rebel XTI and ISO 1600!!!

  12. June 23, 2009 at 9:57 am —

    Since shooting digital, what is the worst location you have ever had to shoot in (in terms of low light causing noise)
    Our Train Depot has a Roundhouse that hosts events. I shot a late evening wedding in this roundhouse with only a few twinkle lights to light the event. It was like a cave!

    » What camera were you using? Nikon D700 and D300

    » And what ISO were you at? 3200 to 6400 as the time passed

  13. June 23, 2009 at 9:56 am —

    Almost anywhere not outdoors and not using my bees was super bad until I got my D700. Now things are MUCH better! – I WAS using a D80 – awful noise usually starting at around 400 ISo or so. I’ll go tell people now! Great contest! Thanks!

  14. June 23, 2009 at 9:55 am —

    Since shooting digital, what is the worst location you have ever had to shoot in (in terms of low light causing noise)

    » What camera were you using?
    » And what ISO were you at? If you are unsure, go look up your EXIF data in Photoshop (FILE – FILE INFO – CAMERA DATA).
    » Twitter, post to Facebook, or tell 3 or more photographer friends that you know about this contest so they can enter too.

  15. June 23, 2009 at 9:55 am —

    Oh man – I would LOVE to win this software!!! The worst location I have shot in is this field not too far from my house…. well, it wasn’t the location really, it was more the time of day. My client was late for her session and it made it way too late to shoot with my camera (which I didn’t realize until I came home and uploaded the pictures and was DEVASTATED by all the noise). I shoot with the Canon Rebel Xsi and I had bumped up my ISO to 400, knowing that above that I get horrible noise…but I guess I get horrible noise at 400 too. This software would be fabulous to have!

  16. Tracey Skadberg
    June 23, 2009 at 9:54 am —

    A very cool, but dark lodge at night for a wedding. It was a Christmas wedding, so most of the light was from the Christmas lights. ISO 800 using Canon XTI.

  17. June 23, 2009 at 9:53 am —

    It was a baptism I was shooting at in a super dark church and there was no flash photography allowed. My ISO was up to 800. This product would be great since I’m shooting indoors half the year in NJ. Thanks!

  18. June 23, 2009 at 9:52 am —

    1. A wedding in a basement of a church (dark mahogany walls, small windows) at 7 p.m. with all of the wedding party were black – guys in black suits, girls in navy blue dresses.
    2. A Canon 5D
    3. ISO 1600

    And please PICK ME… I’ve been drooling over this software for a year!!!

  19. June 23, 2009 at 9:49 am —

    1. A wedding in a basement of a church (dark mahogany walls, small windows) at 7 p.m. with all of the wedding party were black – guys in black suits, girls in navy blue dresses.
    2. A Canon 5D
    3. ISO 1600

  20. June 23, 2009 at 9:48 am —

    Comment here, right? Worst light was in a loft in Dallas during a thunderstorm. I believe I was at ISO 800 using a Nikon D80. I WANT this software so terribly much!! It’s been recommended by several photographers I know…so pick me! pick me! 🙂

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