need help and advice on shooting in a club/bar


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need help and advice on shooting in a club/bar

like which auto mode should i use or roughly which setting should i use for those iso, etc...

and is there any special way where i can take those amazing foto, especially those playing with lighting and effects kind, expert, pro or anyone who have experience in shooting in the bar, pls help... thx
 

ipin

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Firstly, welcome to Clubsnap! :thumbsup:

need help and advice on shooting in a club/bar

like which auto mode should i use or roughly which setting should i use for those iso, etc...
Auto mode = auto mode = "A" on your camera dial. :bsmilie:

and is there any special way where i can take those amazing foto, especially those playing with lighting and effects kind, expert, pro or anyone who have experience in shooting in the bar, pls help... thx
Amazing photos = experience and maybe to a certain degree, luck! :)

This is an almost similar question posted in this recent thread

Since you are new, just by clicking a few threads (In you case) would yield your answers. Rather than waiting for people to respond. Else, using the search function yould yield the answers that you are looking for. :D
 

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Firstly, welcome to Clubsnap! :thumbsup:


Auto mode = auto mode = "A" on your camera dial. :bsmilie:


Amazing photos = experience and maybe to a certain degree, luck! :)

This is an almost similar question posted in this recent thread

Since you are new, just by clicking a few threads (In you case) would yield your answers. Rather than waiting for people to respond. Else, using the search function yould yield the answers that you are looking for. :D


thx alot man.. appreciate it
 

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Erm.. good luck if you want to use any auto modes. They will be easily tricked by the constantly changing lighting conditions.
 

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I'm still new in here, so hope I don't offend anyone...

But shouldn't be such fantastic photos to be taken will 'creative' settings instead of auto or program mode? Persoanlly, I think with either Av or Manual settings would be able to take a much better result than using auto or program mode as they tend to let the flash to fire, unless one remember to disable the flash.

For example, when I took photos of the NDP rehearsal last week, most of my shots were taken under either Av or M setting. Then I used a tripod for support and ISO setting to 200 or 400, just toying around the ISO setting to see which can get better result.
 

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