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Old Posted Apr 2, 2009, 8:47 PM
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Originally Posted by HomeInMyShoes View Post
And I'll go against brickell (no malice intended) and say set your ISO to the lowest number your camera will do. You'll thank yourself later. Unless you are trying to stop motion you'll get crisper photos out of lower ISOs.

That was the advice I was given as well. I don't disagree with it. But I found myself trying to force a lot of pictures when there wasn't enough light and becoming disappointed with the whole thing. I had to teach myself that it's better to shoot with higher ISO than to end up with 40 blurry pictures.
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