Noise is number one enemy of low-light filming. Learn to minimize it with these techniques
This is a guest post by NY Film Academy.
Technology marches ever forward. So much so, you have to be almost going out of your way if you want to induce any appreciable amount of noise with a mid-range DSLR camera in good lighting. But we’re not quite out of the woods yet, and given the frequency at which the problem comes up on photography and filmmaking forums, video noise when shooting with a DSLR camera is still something that vexes videographers.
Here we take a look at some of the common causes – and solutions – to your noise-based woes.