Help! Shooting retirement dinner as a favor-- need advice.

Started Dec 5, 2012 | Discussions thread
bofo777 Senior Member • Posts: 1,239
Re: Help! Shooting retirement dinner as a favor-- need advice.

You are probably going to shot under terrible florescent lighting and need to shot in raw to make sure white balance is correct in post production.  Hopefully your lenses are the wide aperture type. I shoot with my E5 and some high grade 2.0 Olympus lenses so when lights are low the pics are sharp with great bokeh under 1600 iso.  The cool thing to do in this setting- be discreet and use your telephoto to involve the audience when they don't know their being photographed.  When people see your pics they really appreciate this kind of no pose photography. And make sure don't forget the important individuals and groups that need to be photographed.  Good luck and when done post some of your successful photo shot.

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