Trying to fix photos

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Jared B
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Trying to fix photos
11 months ago

I don't think there's anything I can do, but I just wanted to check anyway.

I just got back from vacation and took a lot of photos with a Canon S90.  I was looking at the photos and they didn't look that great.  I looked at the photo metadata and saw that the ISO for all of them were 640.  I must have accidentally changed the setting.  Normally, I set ISO to Auto, and since they were daytime outdoor (most landscape and cityscapes) photos, the ISO would usually be 100 or 200.

I have the RAW of the photos... is there anything I can do?  I suspect not, since the ISO determined the shutter speed and the aperture.  I do have Lightroom at work that I can use, but I don't have much experience with it beyond using the library and converting to JPG.

I know with higher ISO, there is more noise and graininess.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  I'm kind of kicking myself.  I had taken so many pictures that day since it was such a picturesque site.

Thanks in advance.

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