Well, what I mean is: when there’s a party or an event. I am happy to shoot it.
The problems are always the same: black walls, low light, and great “inverse square rule” distance differences. A steady hand, high ISO, fast lenses, and innovative flash modifiers, combined with deep camera and flash knowledge, plus above all, experience, get you nice pictures.
My typical settings would be:
- Camera on manual
- 1,600 ISO, 1/30th second, f/2.8
- -2 stops flash compensation.
- A reflector behind the flash
At least as a starting point.
If you need a photographer to shoot your event: you know where to find me!