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  1. c-mouse
    03-20-2010 02:59 PM - permalink
    I am so sorry that I didn't answer you...but today is the first I have seen of your message. You should be able to reduce the grain(noise) but using a noise reduction filter...Photoshop has one I believe and then you might want to check to be sure the in-camera one is on.......your ISO of 200 may have played a part in the noise if you weren't able to use any flash/other lighting.

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    I am married to a wonderful husband who supports my craft hobies. I am addicted to card making.
    Wautoma, WI
    Card Making, Paper crafts, sewing, knitting, Jewelry making, gardening, photography


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