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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by blueridge142, Aug 6, 2014.

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    I am very new to digital photography, and I am trying to get decent photos of the night sky, but I have noticed that along with noisy photos it seems that I have hot pixels everywhere (at least I think so) now I know my camera is a beginner camera but I dont think it should be this bad, I bought the camera at the beginning of July used, its is a Nikon D3100 with less than 2500 actuation's. anyway here is a lens cap photo converted from raw/nef to jpg. Any ideas or suggestions as to what is going on or how to fix?

    I should add I downloaded pixelfixer but it didnt seem to think there where any hot pixels, or i did something wrong. Here is the original exif data and the link to the photo which was converted to jpg. Thanks for any help

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v472/blueridge/untouched.jpg

    exif.make=Nikon;
    exif.model=D3100;
    exif.artist=;
    exif.date_time=2014:08:06 01:46:18;
    exif.date_time_original=2014:08:06 01:46:18;
    exif.date_time_digitized=2014:08:06 01:46:18;
    exif.exposure_time=25/1 sec;
    exif.ISO_speed=ISO-1600;
    exif.f_number=f/3.5;
    exif.focal_length=18;
    exif.color_space=1 (sRGB);
     
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