Excellent poster making tip for iLife and OSX Tiger
See Jim Heid's iLife site
for an excellent tip on how to make a poster from about 100 of your digital photographs
Mine is above
Taking photos with a digital camera in low light settings is hard. On the advice of my sister (a pro) and the Tips from the Top Floor podcast, I tired using a higher ISO setting (ISO 400 as opposed to the default 100 ISO setting). This increases the sensitivity of the lens to light. Normally, in low light, you have to increase exposure time (or slow the shutter speed) to get enough light. In fact if you leave your camera on automatic this is what it will do in low-light settings. The usually results a blurry photo unless you use a tripod and your subject stays really still. So bumping up the ISO helps at the cost of a grainer-looking picture.