Was sent the following question this morning, thought it was worth sharing for all to read –
So – everything I’m reading in the realm of “photography 101” seems to suggest that at high ISO levels, there’s a lot of “noise.”
If that’s the case, what is the reason to shoot with such high ISO’s?
This is a great question-
First – the “noise” we are talking about shows up as grain in the images
And a quick plug here for Lightroom – Lightroom has an excellent noise reduction feature – After tweaking the ISO 6400 shot above it becomes much harder to tell, especially at this size.
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