|21st of September 2009 (Mon)||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Shooting in a dark setting, no tripod, no flash...
I had a question about the following:
If the setting is dark, the subject is light by a spot light, and flash is not an option(due to location restrictions, ie museums, shows etc) what is the best method to capture this?
I am assuming, high ISO, larger aperture (smaller number) to yeid a faster shutter speed.
Is this the only way? Does anybody have any tips?
I have attached the below image for reference.
Last edited by AlanMura : 21st of September 2009 (Mon) at 12:11.
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