I went to the Milwaukee public museum yesterday and took some pictures. I was trying to take them with no flash, but it was really hard to get the pictures to turn out, without being blurry. I used an 800 ISO setting, and an apperture of F/7. Do you guys have any recommendations with no tripod, in a museum low light setting, to get the pictures to have the lighting of the museum, without it being impossible to sit there and hold the camera while it takes 10 seconds to shoot? Thanks With these first two street photos (streets of Europe, inside...) One was with flash, one without. The one without makes the photo more warm feeling, and makes you feel like you are outside at night, but with the flash it just drowns out all the yellow. But without the flash, it was very hard to keep still long enough to keep a clear photo. Do you have any tips other than tripod? thank you Now without flash Here are some miscellaneous shots: This mummy shot did not turn out well. Too blurry, but with flash it wouldn't have worked with the glass, too bad I didn't get it clear, but I will be back to that museum this summer.