This is a reprise of the blog post titled A Missed Setting. The photo below was taken from Hidden Valley Wildlife Preserve. I made the photographs in the morning early in October 2010. When I reviewed the images that evening, I discovered that I hadn’t reset the ISO after the previous day’s low light shooting. Everything from the Hidden Valley session was shot at ISO 1600, rather than my usual 100 or 200, and I was annoyed by how grainy the images were.
While sorting through photos a couple days ago I stumbled upon them again, took a good look, and decided that they aren’t as bad as I initially thought.