I'm shooting my first concert in about a week and was wondering if you all had some tips. Here is a little info, I will probally be using my Nikon with just the standard lens. I'm choosing this because it goes down to a 1.8 f-stop. I also have a Canon A-1 but I dont really want to use this because I only have 2 zoom lenses. The minimum f-stop is 3.5. What I need to know is what film speed you recommend. I'm thinking 800 but maybe faster. It will be pretty dark during the concert with the acception of a few spotlights on the stage. I will most likely be on stage, seeing as I am not using a zoom lens how close can I get before I make it weird? What angles should I take the pictures at. Also what view points can I use?(behind band,side,etc.) Any other pointers you can give me will be great. Just Added: I am a moron and loaded 400 speed film in both my cameras yesterday and just realized it. So I may have to use a flash,which sucks. I have a basic sunpak flash. What can i do to make the pictures look good even with a flash. There are pretty high ceilings so bouncing is out. I heard a trick with a index card....whats that all about?