Shooting indoors at a school gym

Started May 23, 2013 | Questions thread
Mr Sellars Forum Member • Posts: 95
Re: Shooting indoors at a school gym

You really do need a faster lens to get the best results indoors. The lens you have is rather slow so that's a problem. You'll need to push the ISO as high as you can without creating so much noise that it ruins your images. If the venue has good lighting - maybe spotlights that will be a big help. If you're near enough to what you are trying to photograph, flash will help, but you would need to be pretty close.

Shoot RAW if you can, as that will give you most control of noise reduction.

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