Flash not allowed in concert, so pictures shoot at low speed resulting in blur image.


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airphoto38

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Flash not allowed in concert. What if pictures turn out not sharp. Any way to improve them. Help needed.
 

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post some samples? if pics are not sharp, you could do some post-processing to improve a bit.... but definitely, there's no way to get back pics which were captured properly and sharply in the first place.
 

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You can use the following..... a faster lens, high speed film or switch to higher ISO if you're into digital. I imagine the use of a tripod would be prohibited so proper handholding technique would be critical.
 

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airphoto38 said:
Flash not allowed in concert. What if pictures turn out not sharp. Any way to improve them. Help needed.

Use monopod and/or 50/1.8 (1.4), 85/1.8 and/or 180/1.8 lenses, they will do great in low light. 70(80) -200/2.8 is also worth a try.

Monopod not really necessary but adds to stability, so it is worth a try!
 

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