Mr. E’s DSLR Tips – Indoor, Low Light Action Photography — the best web host — 30% off with this link! This photography tutorial will show you how to capture low-level action indoors in low l…
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10 Responses to Mr. E’s DSLR Tips – Indoor, Low Light Action Photography

  1. Rob S says:

    the only thing i disagree with is your comment about getting a dslr for faster continuous shooting, well my olympus bridge camera will out shoot just about every dslr out there at 30 fps

  2. Kenrick Bernard says:

    white magic.. these kids are flying…. burn them…. lol no i kidding your vid was helpful thanks

  3. My Boring Channel says:

    a) cameras always make noise but you can shut most of the sounds off. It’s hard to answer that one.

    b) you can get good colors and exposure in low-light fluorescent lighting settings . . . MUCH better than any point and shoot out there. But for really excellent low-light performance you need a fast lens and for even better low-light performance you need a full-frame camera. You can get some decent fast primes for fairly cheap (50mm f/1.8, 40mm 2.8 pancake)

  4. Steve Farmer says:

    Thanks for the enlightenment on getting indoor shots with good color tones.

    I’m thinking of getting a DSLR (used to have a Canon SLR long ago so some settings are still vaguely familiar). I will be taking pictures mostly at chess tournaments, so here are a couple of specific questions for my problems: a) are they noisy or quiet enough to not distract the players, and b) can I still get good colors/grain without a flash in fluorescent lighting? Any help or direction to help is appreciated.

  5. AmariVisuals says:

    Nice tutorial !

  6. frank890627 says:

    that’s good info for a newbie like me thanks!

  7. My Boring Channel says:

    sure thing!

  8. AMAYZINFAM says:

    thank that helps BIG Time !!!!

  9. My Boring Channel says:

    You’re welcome! It was fun to put together.

  10. peter50y says:

    Thanks for the video.

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