Hi there, I'm new to this forum and just began playing with some night time photography in preparation for my trip next month to Europe. I am trying to focus on some night time pictures of buildings, so I went out the other night and did a few bracket shots. Here's the stuff I've been using: -Nikon F65 with Nikkor 28-200mm ED G lens -Fuji Superia ISO 400 film -used a tripod and no flash exposure times after dark ranged from 8 sec to 30 sec. They were developed at Black's photography using 1 hour processing. Subjects were buildings that were lit up by some spot lights aimed at the building. After development, I noticed that the dark areas of the photos (sky, the ground in front of the building, etc.) were very grainy. I am really not happy about the amount of grain showing and was wondering if any of you have tips, ideas, or can help explain to me what may be happening... should I use an even longer exposure (ie: greater than 1 minute)? Should I switch to a slower film (possibly 100 iso)? Please help! Thanks so much!