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  1. DigiJay

    DigiJay TPF Noob!

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    Hey everyone,

    I'm photographing my first event tonight, and I just want to make sure I get this right!
    The event is in a fairly dark kitchen, with florecent lights. Pictures of the kitchen can be seen here: http://www.supperworks.com/index.php?store_no=7 (Sorry I can't post them directly as it's a flash animation)

    Just looking on tips for camera setup. I'll be using a D200, with 18-200VR and SB-600.

    ANy suggestions would be great!
     
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    is that your only lens option?
    Sometimes it can be nice to get some natural lighting photos when possible to give it that true look.

    If you have a 50mm prime, i would bring that as to not always get your well lit sb-600 light
     
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    Unfortunatly, this is my only option for now.
    I am volunteering for a small newspaper as a way to gain experience. I'm working on picking up some new lenses, but that will take a bit of time.
     

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