Camera: Nikon D50 Lense: 18-55mm f3.5-5.6, Sigma 28-105 f2.8-4.0 Accesories: SB800 I had my worse photography outing last night when I was shooting a parade which was going on at night. I would say this is my 1st outdoor open-air night event photography. I became hopepless when there were no ceiling to bounce light. I just couldn't get the right photo taken. I wanted to use the external flash and yet maintain the natural lighting of the surrounding especially the building behind. Most of the photos taken were either overexposed or underexposed or totally blured. The only good ones were the one with ISO 1600 which makes the photo darn grainy. So my problem is, whats the best way to take photo of a night parade with this condition. - lot of moving subject infront and you are standing very near (which you can't possibly use direct flash) - with no ceiling or any way you can bounce your flash (except for bounce card where it doesn't give a very good result either) ------------ So what do you do?