Hi all. Since this is my first post i'd like to just start of by saying i'm new to photography, an amature really but i can't keep my fingers off my camera. My question regards what can be seen in each and every magazine. I'm talking about really large, ultra sharp pictures. Take for example a car magazine or the centerfold for penthouse :roll: . There will be a 2 page picture, which may or may not be composed very well, but will most certainly be crystal clear and noiseless. The equipment i'm using is old, i mean really old but it was some of the best of it's time. A Nikon FE Camera, Tokina 25 - 70mm lens, Vivitar 70 - 150mm lens, 2x Matched multiplier for the Vivitar lens, Skylight filter for the Vivitar lens, and a Polariser (bought last week and really enjoying it) for the Tokina lens. This is fairly standard equipment for standard film. If i want to get beautifuly sharp poster quality photos can it be done with this equipment? Do i need special film? Will the film work with this camera? How do i reduce noise in photos? (i work with ISO400 film but ISO100 sometimes shows noise as well). I don't do any developing myself, (that's a future project : ). Any ideas to help me start out ?