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This is a discussion on S2000 v. WRX within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Verdugo k yeah that should be plenty big enough. The quick and dirty of reading the histogram ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo
    k yeah that should be plenty big enough. The quick and dirty of reading the histogram is, try to get the graph to look like a bell curve, perhaps slanted a little toward the right. That's not the most technical description, but 90% of the time it works fine for me.
    Should I make the file size smaller? Will that make the pictures sharper and less pixelated?

    I get your histogram description, I will try and use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D0WNxSH1FT
    Should I make the file size smaller? Will that make the pictures sharper and less pixelated?

    I get your histogram description, I will try and use it.
    No you DEFINITELY want to keep it at the highest resolution when you take the picture. Graininess is more associated with noise, rather than sharpness or pixelization.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo
    k yeah that should be plenty big enough. The quick and dirty of reading the histogram is, try to get the graph to look like a bell curve, perhaps slanted a little toward the right. That's not the most technical description, but 90% of the time it works fine for me.
    Should I make the file size smaller? Will that make the pictures sharper and less pixelated?

    I get your histogram description, I will try and use it.
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    Nice pics mang. Liking the decal

    I need to get a good photoshoot in for my car somewhere/sometime. I've got a Sony DSC-T33, and while it isn't the best camera it can take okay shots. It's got gizmos on it that I fool around with (EV I have been playing with more, it has helped out quite a bit)... still not sure on ISO, etc. etc. Gotta figure all that crap out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D0WNxSH1FT
    Hey, here is one that i just finished fixing in p-shop. let me know what you guys think.

    Oh, is there anything i can do w/ the camera settings to stop making the images so grainy?

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