First Post. Been doing photography for 30 years and I own a small video production company. Even though my video end has been digital forever I just never made the jump to digital still camera. The company bought a Nikon D60 and I have been fooling around with it for the past year and actually have got some really good results with it. I need some guidance with some of the camera settings. I have to shoot the inside of a church and I want to make several 16 x 20 prints. I have not made any enlargements with the digital camera and I have 4 questions 1. ISO settings. I am assuming it works the same way as a film camera. Set the camera to lowest available setting? 2. Format. Shoot with the jpeg fine setting or RAW. If you capture a RAW file what is the best format to convert to? I have photoshop on a MAC and PC so I can do convert to a TIFF. Do you see the difference in the RAW format? 3. Long Exposures. I can see that at F11 or F16 I am looking at a long exposure. Any drawbacks to a 1-2 sec exposure. I have no clue how well a 10 megapixel image holds up when enlarged to a 16 x 20 but I guess I will find out. Thanks in advance.