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D90 - ISO/Aperture/Shutter Speed question

sxmwb

Longview, US
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sxmwb Silver Member Nikonian since 23rd Jul 2011
Wed 27-Jun-12 10:08 PM

Lately, I have been doing very low light condition photography. In some cases, trying to get shots at night of cloud to cloud lightning and the like. When I get the pictures to Lightroom or photoshop, I have to push up the exposure in order for the shot to come out which makes the shot grainy which is noise. I am using 200 ISO, f3.4 and 4 second shots, some times longer.

I understand with the D90 that higher ISOs increase noise, but I am wondering if I can balance things by increasing the ISO to a reasonable level so I don't have to push the exposure so much after the fact?

Do this make sense?

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks
Mike

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