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    Default Shooting Indoor with no-flash

    Hi Guys,

    I need advice on shooting indoors without flash. I am a newbie with a dslr and I shoot alot of indoor photos with low light conditions. I find that by lowering the shutter speed the subject gets blur, it's cause not only by my hands. If i do get it right it would be the subject, normally a person. The subject would move too fast, making the photos blur......

    The various techniques I use, lowering shutter speed. Turning up ISO, light compensation +/-, turning the aperture to f1.8 and using 50mm f1.8. Without flash what other methods can I use to make the photos look nice in very low light conditions.

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    Default Re: Shooting Indoor with no-flash

    Quote Originally Posted by tenpa View Post
    Hi Guys,

    I need advice on shooting indoors without flash. I am a newbie with a dslr and I shoot alot of indoor photos with low light conditions. I find that by lowering the shutter speed the subject gets blur, it's cause not only by my hands. If i do get it right it would be the subject, normally a person. The subject would move too fast, making the photos blur......

    The various techniques I use, lowering shutter speed. Turning up ISO, light compensation +/-, turning the aperture to f1.8 and using 50mm f1.8. Without flash what other methods can I use to make the photos look nice in very low light conditions.
    Tripod.

    Regards,
    Arto.

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    Default Re: Shooting Indoor with no-flash

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