Arizona man in bar.

© Ibarionex R. Perello

Arizona man in bar.

Chris Piechowicz 1/4/2008 6:53:58 AM

I'm new to photography in general.
My low (natural) light + high ISO photos always turned out very grainy, with red/blue rubbish pixels in shadowy portions of a photo. Recently I read a photographer tip to use low ISO when shooting inside with little light.
So now i'm confused. How do you prevent or remove the colorful noise pixels with high ISO?
Chris #821576

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This image was shot an ISO of 800 to ensure a fast enough shutter speed to achieve a sharp result.

Exif: Exposure Bias Value: 1/-3, Exposure Time: 1/60, Flash: 16, ISO: 800, Camera Model: Canon EOS 20D

Uploaded on 4/17/2007 11:49:29 AM

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