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    Colour banding

    How do I prevent the bands in this type of digital shot taken with a Nikon D200 if my memory serves me right
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    It's hard to assess on a low-res image, but increasing noise in the sky area of the image can help
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    Is the banding evident on a high res file?...very nice image!
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    Exif says this is a D70s @ ISO200?

    If you are talking about the halo effect caused by the sun then there is not much can you do about that. Maybe a GND filter might help smooth the transition and I suspect this would be less of an issue on the D200 due to its higher pixel density. Also shoot in RAW.

    I like the shot btw

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    Opps it was the D70s must be showing my age

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