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26/11/2007 - 1:14 PM

Stag Morning

Stag MorningIf you use a RAW converter like Capture One, you can get away with pushing the exposure by a stop or a stop-and-a-half in either direction. Much more than that and noise starts getting bad. As you say, much better to get it right in camera where possible.
25/11/2007 - 4:22 PM

Stag Morning

Stag MorningYou're right, it is noise. This has probably been caused by trying to recover the shadow detail after under exposing.
There are a couple of reasonable noise reduction programs around, Google Noise Ninja for example.
Hope that helps.