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    Default problem with shooting indoor

    hi i have a problem with shooting under orange lights. what settings do i have to adjust to minimize the blur-ness?? when i tried using flash it turned out bluish instead. i ended up using night portrait with flash which was better though still slight shaky. how can i solve this problem??

    - this kind of lighting

    thanks
    Last edited by siimplicity; 6th January 2010 at 05:00 PM.

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    whitebalance setting that cause the color. ISO setting that cause the image shake.

    I have no idea why using a flash causes this problem too, but i guess it is due to the shutter speed too. Try boosting up your ISO and tell us the result.
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    Default Re: problem with shooting indoor

    The answer is already in your question - if you understand light and exposure, and how your camera works.

    The short answer is: Use a tripod.

    hi i have a problem with shooting under orange lights. what settings do i have to adjust to minimize the blur-ness??
    The problem is not the color of the light, but the low levels. Use a tripod or if you shoot handheld, increase the ISO to increase the shutter speed or increase the aperture, or both.

    when i tried using flash it turned out bluish instead.
    Flash is daylight balanced, so the results will come out looking normal, or bluish on comparison to the extreme orange.

    i ended up using night portrait with flash which was better though still slight shaky. how can i solve this problem??
    Don't use night portrait mode, which automatically sets your camera to a slower shutter speed or if you insist on using night portrait mode, use a tripod.

    Adjust your white balance even if you use flash if you want that intense orange tone.

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    another thing is that could be its not blur but rather being out of focus. Try a smaller aperture for a wider depth of field.

    If the image is still blur even if on a tripod, you might have a FF/BF issue with the lens.
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