Is ISO still considered to be a bad choice, on digital cameras? Ask Question In times of film photography there was a rule to either use ISO film (or even great Velvia 50) which usually had considerably less grain noise than ISO film. So for outside or well lit subjects and for indoor everyday photography. ISO film speeds are an important part of film photography as each film speed is used for different scenarios and lighting conditions. The first and most important piece to understand about film speed is that the higher the ISO number, the more grain is visible on the film and the subsequent prints. The ISO arithmetic speed has a useful property for photographers without the equipment for taking a metered light reading. Correct exposure will usually be achieved for a frontlighted scene in bright sun if the aperture of the lens is set to f/16 and the shutter speed is the reciprocal of the ISO film speed (e.g. 1/ second for ISO film).
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