Hi chaps, So I went for a bit of urban shooting last night (only managed a few before Prison Break) The kit-lense would have been ideal inside but I had the 50 on, (lots of zooming with my legs) It was in old flats on an estate, would have made for interesting B&W shots, but anyway the colour scheme in there is a nightmare! Inside it was quite dim, had big circular lighting, almost like cyan walls, and orange and brown floor tiling! Doors were orange! I tried autoWB/flu/tungsten, iso cranked to 800 and took a handful of shots before leaving. Checking the pics off the camera, the shots are not too bad, but as soon as I try to resize, very bad noise is apparent and the edges of details gets a very choppy look. I am using ancient PSP5 but dont think it's that. I didn't expect to see so much noise when doing a resize, the original image looks fine! Converting to B&W for the look I want is a definate no-no. Maybe I could have gotten away with a lower ISO and flash, or shot RAW then let DPP handle it! edit: exposure was correct on camera, aperature was around 2.5, I was focussing on a black board with white writing, its the white writing that gets a really bad digital zoom look when I resize. Any ideas / workflow tips? Cheers, K.