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Old 03-28-2007, 01:27 PM
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if i have 17-50/2.8, i'll definitely bring that one.
50/1.8 for me is not suitable since it has fixed focal length.
speedlight or no speedlight doesnt matter since u r not there for serious photography, u r the guest!!
plus it is f/2.8 already.
dSLR just shoot better than PnS.
just go there and enjoy the food... hehe!
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Old 03-28-2007, 02:01 PM
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If you ask, I will suggest you to bring 1850 2.8 only. Speedlight only if you are shooting in low light, else make full use of available light.
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Old 03-28-2007, 02:13 PM
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hhmmm... available light eh... but i reckon the light ll be low. ...

pop up, may not be good enuf if i m bringing my 18-50, it be blocked by the lens.

pumping up the iso with lowest f ..... with no flash.
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For events, flash is a must....just dial down the flash EV to minimise the "flashed" look and retain most of the ambient light...
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Old 03-28-2007, 03:39 PM
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get the 30mm f1.4.. briliant lens good enough focal length.. n best for indoor low light situation.
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For events, flash is a must....just dial down the flash EV to minimise the "flashed" look and retain most of the ambient light...
not only that.. should boost the iso maintain not too slow shutter speed to get the background/ambience light also freeze the movement of the ppl to avoid ghost image..

dun worry about niose caused by high iso, when the condition bright enough (with the compensation of flash) the noise will not be noticeable.. but beware of your flash.. like gojira said.. reduce the flash compensation.. to get the effect just enough to light the subject and keep the background bright...
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Old 03-28-2007, 04:04 PM
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to get a 30mm 1.4f just for tht function... ..nah ..me aint bill gates haha

speedlite is a good option but bulky... somemore w/o slignshot makan time i really dun know where to put..
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just stick with that 17-50/2.8.
leave slingshot, look funny la in that suit. hehe.
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Old 03-28-2007, 10:07 PM
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not only that.. should boost the iso maintain not too slow shutter speed to get the background/ambience light also freeze the movement of the ppl to avoid ghost image..

dun worry about niose caused by high iso, when the condition bright enough (with the compensation of flash) the noise will not be noticeable.. but beware of your flash.. like gojira said.. reduce the flash compensation.. to get the effect just enough to light the subject and keep the background bright...
See....this is what a forum is for...my advice would have been useless if ykgen didn't mention this. I always forget the increase in ISO...hehehe....Even at ISO 800, as long as the exposure is enough, you'll find little noise in your photos. I've accidentally shot at ISO 800 in well-lit situations and found the noise close to invisible.
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Old 03-28-2007, 10:56 PM
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haha.. gojira.. just sharing what i used to do.. we r all here to share n learn!
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