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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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350 Comments

  1. June 28, 2009 at 12:33 pm —

    * Since shooting digital, what is the worst location you have ever had to shoot in (in terms of low light causing noise)?
    I shoot the majority of my portraits on location with primarily natural light and I often come across rooms that are very poorly lit. In one specific instance, I was doing a maternity portrait in Ottawa and included a noisy shot in their gallery because it was so sweet of the two of them- as murphy’s law would have it- that was the enlargement they wanted …so many lessons learned there…

    * What camera were you using?
    I had been shooting primarily with a 5D2, but had my wide angle on an old Canon Rebel
    * And what ISO were you at? 3200
    * Twitter, post to Facebook, or tell 3 or more photographer friends that you know about this contest so they can enter too. Done!

    I heard that the imagenomic software is a miracle worker from other photogs for correcting this exact problem…

  2. June 28, 2009 at 12:40 pm —

    My worst noise issue was in a dimly lit wedding reception at a restaurant…in the evening, and little light. I use a Canon 5D and the ISO was 1600. I had a good lens, but still, noisy, noisy!

    Thank you for the opportunity, and I’m off to post on FB and to Twitter!

  3. Rachael
    June 28, 2009 at 1:02 pm —

    1. my basement (very low light)
    2. Nikon D40x
    3. ISO 800

  4. June 28, 2009 at 4:41 pm —

    Graduation, indoors, Canon D40, ISO around 1000. Terrible noise.

  5. June 28, 2009 at 5:13 pm —

    My MIL’s dining room with the whole family finally together (a rare occasion). No lights other than a hanging chandelier above where the table was but we had to move it for the group. I was using a point & shoot, timer mode on a tripod that I had before getting my Canon Rebel (oh Lord how did I manage?? lol). If I remember correctly I had bumped the ISO up to 800… noise? you bet! But the picture is priceless 🙂

  6. Christina
    June 28, 2009 at 6:17 pm —

    Worst location was shooting a special church event. It was very dark and I wasn’t sure if it was ok to use flash. I was using a Nikon D70 at ISO 1600 (YIKES!!!). That is the first time I ever used Noiseware. I downloaded a free trial to see how it would work and it was amazing! I wanted to buy it but it would be great if I could save some money and win it! 🙂

  7. Tori
    June 28, 2009 at 8:10 pm —

    Worst was in a school cafeteria at my son’s Christmas concert using a Nikon D40 at 1600 ISO. Lots of noise, but had no choice but to take them.

  8. August 27, 2009 at 12:12 pm —

    What a great product! There are so many times when there is wrong lighting and my photo comes out ….well….not so good. This is perfect for those special memories.

  9. August 20, 2010 at 11:11 am —

    I like to photography in studio with controlled light so I didnt have any problem yet with low light situations, I use a Nikon D60 and a D700, iso normally at 100 in my D700 and up to 800 in my D60.

  10. January 8, 2011 at 11:31 am —

    I’ve been stung by a jellyfish in the beach once, it hurts like hell and It’ll be a while before I go back again.

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Win Portraiture, Noiseware, and Real Grain from Imagenomic