what to do about camcorder settings
It's that time of the year again and we're going to be shooting our daughter's choral concert. We want to do a better job this time and were wondering if we should try doing some manual settings. The only problem is that we won't have much of a chance to test the lighting since they only put on the real lights when the actual performance starts. Googling around I know that people adjust gain, shutter speed, iris, and white balance. Which should we attempt if any? And if so please explain how to best do it.
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