Seeking Tips and Tricks for shooting low light (Indoors)

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  1. AlexGavillan

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    Those are AMAZING shots! That's actual low to no light, very nice.


     
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    ac12 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    For family pix, you have a few options.
    1. Raise the ISO.
    2. Use a FAST lens, such as 35mm f/1.8 (which I have) or 50mm f/1.8
    3. Use a flash.
    4. Use a flash, and learn to bounce the light.
    You can use a tripod, but I do not consider that a viable alternative for indoor family pix.
     
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    Alex, I'm near LA. If you want some personal help to shoot some night/low light stuff, PM me. Downtown Disney is pretty good for low light/night stuff.
     
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    Gary, I would love that! Once the holiday (New Years) has passed I will absolutely take you up on that offer. Thank you very much!
     

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