Been spending a lot of time on here!
- Jun 3, 2010
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I think a bad composition ruins more photos than anything.
More otherwise good photos have been ruined by slavishly sticking to ISO 100 than have been ruined by judiciously elevating the ISO to 320,or 400, or 500 when needed.
The idea that ISO 100 "always" leads to a better picture than a higher ISO setting is a common newbie way of thinking. The better d-slr cameras from Nikon today have sensors which yield superb results at up to ISO 1,000 or so, and then merely "excellent" up to ISO 3,200, and above that the performance is just "good".
One thing that REALLY builds noise is in-camera underexposure, which a lotta newbs often get.