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Old Sep 27, 2010, 7:44 PM   #11
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Using high ISO numbers with digital cameras is similar to what we used to do with B&W film - underexposing and 'pushing' the developer to get a normally bright photo, with corresponding increase in visibility of film grain. Digital cameras try to control the noise with varying degrees of success, but in a lot of cases, I prefer leaving the noise in place, and even adding to it using film grain tool in PP, to get the 'old school' look.

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