The people (the only subjects that will be moving) will be "freezed" by the flash. The rest of the exposure (the flash doesn't even last for 1/100s) will not be enough to show any motion blur unless there is serious hand shake.
Of course, TS could even use 1/250s to find an exposure setting with his flash to produce an image that is "well exposed", but the photo will look more like it was taken at a budget home party than a club.
Your pictures speaks for you, not your camera.
if photography for club, usually the manager will specify what kind of shots is wanted and what would be nice to have.
it is then our job to "create" the shots so that can earn the pay.
there is no fixed magic settings so best would be to observe/recce the club at least a day before the event to try out the various settings you can think off or shots that you might want to pull off.
Last edited by Reportage; 5th May 2010 at 07:46 AM.
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Think on canon its the 2nd curtain for the flash as the shutter will open first to capture the background then the flash fires to freeze the subjects. Never really used 2nd curtain or rear sync on a nikon but its something i read about. So u could give it a try...
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Where is TS? He's somewhat missing from all these discussions.
Or maybe it is a fact that he's just trying to look cool with the giant DSLR. Haha.
Jokes aside, drag shutter, rear curtain sync flash Nikon and 2nd curtain for Canon, done.
Last edited by hamanoshun; 12th May 2010 at 12:25 AM.
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