Originally Posted by pvdhaar
Also loaded and converted the second image.. Same story: no artifacts.
On a side note though.. You're shooting a combination of high iso (3200 for the chair, 1250 for the house) and underexposure (-1EV). Sony has a tendency to already marginally expose to avoid blowing out highlights. My experience is that running them at +1/3 to +2/3 EV at higher ISO gives files that give more data/depth to work with in post processing.
Thanks for the side note Peter.
I am forced to use high ISO in low light, and use -.7 to -2.0 to generate an image that duplicates the low light, rather than it showing up as bright daylight. Is there a better way to do this ?