Clubbing Photos Tips


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I'm going to take my SLR to Mdm Wong tomorrow night for some bday party shoot (already got my permission from mdm wong). It just for fun/practice/learning shoot. So far, all my clubbing photos are taken with Fuji S5000 while intoxicated so I have "some" experience as casual shooter. Aside from dragging the shutter, any other "tricks" I can practice? For those who wanna mingle, feel free as well. :)
 

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I just went event shooting at a club at central mall yesterday. I find lighting very challenging. :confused:

I also hope to hear from experts too who can give us some tips :embrass:
 

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dawgbyte77 said:
I'm going to take my SLR to Mdm Wong tomorrow night for some bday party shoot (already got my permission from mdm wong). It just for fun/practice/learning shoot. So far, all my clubbing photos are taken with Fuji S5000 while intoxicated so I have "some" experience as casual shooter. Aside from dragging the shutter, any other "tricks" I can practice? For those who wanna mingle, feel free as well. :)
Fantasy - every thought of doing the Tom Cruise - flip the drink mixer with the camera ? Set to very slow shutter click throw up and catch. Disclalimer : try this at your own risk but when it works weird city.
 

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ellery said:
Fantasy - every thought of doing the Tom Cruise - flip the drink mixer with the camera ? Set to very slow shutter click throw up and catch. Disclalimer : try this at your own risk but when it works weird city.

Haha... cool! ;)
 

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If u can bring a DSLR in... u can bring 50mm F1.8 lens. it helps too :)
Yep. Bringing in my D70 but planning to use 18-50mm... I would love to use F1.8 but 50mm focal will be quite difficult with such a moshpit crowd. Don't wanna end up with "macros" on pimples. ;)
 

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If its just group photos and you're allowed to use flash. Then a bounce card on an external flash would be helpful. ISO can set higher with slower shutter speed.
 

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Can also try using slow shutter (or bulb) and repeating flash. Should be interesting, I guess.
 

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Don't suan me :confused:

the webmaster tells me the photos are noisy :cry:
Where got suan you :lovegrin: Got chance must teach me how to shoot leh :D
 

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