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  1. #11
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    Re: ISO Limits

    There's really no reason to limit, IMO. If I want the shot, I use the settings that will get it. That said, I'll often just pass on taking shots with poor light that I know won't make a good image.

    Your limits of 1-400 or 1-800 would really limit you greatly with wildlife. I often shoot in the 800-1600 range and get very good results with proper post processing.


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  2. #12
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    Re: ISO Limits

    Thank you all for your inputs.

    I have Lightroom 6, but I am unfamiliar with the other programs (NiK). I will remove my limits and see how it goes.


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