Lighting for concert hall.

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  1. AlgidWinters

    AlgidWinters TPF Noob!

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    I'm curious on what I should set my D80 on for taking pictures of bands in a concert hall type of room where there generally isn't good lighting. What does everyone recommend?
     
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    high iso to achieve a shutter speed you can use hand held
     
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    Hi,
    that can be tricky. Natural light might be too low. Artificial light (flash) may spoil the mood of the picture. I will suggest use flash bouncing from some wall plus shutter speed set for the naturallight in the room.
    Go through all the pages in the site below. I found it very useful how to use flash for different application.

    http://www.planetneil.com/faq/flash-techniques.html
     

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