Two days ago I participated at a corporate event as the official photographer. It is actually the first time I will also get paid for taking photos - yey for me and may this new "tradition" last forever! It is the second time I take photos at this event, but last year I offered to do it for free (yes, this year I got greedy!). I took 321 photos and will have to deliver a total number of 40, of which below 1st one is my absolute favourite (this room had natural light coming in, while the main room had so little light, artificial - also, to get one thing straight: just because it is my favourite, I do not consider it perfect). I'm glad I snapped all those 321, low-light photography is
a bitch , for me, quite difficult, so now I'm covered and have enough material in order to pick the best stuff. On top of that, it was the first time I used an external flash, so I was pretty clueless when it came to flash settings (note to self: time to do some serious investigations on flash photography!). In the end, it seems I've managed to snap both terrible shots and good/very good ones, so I'm pleased with the result, but there's definitely room for better! Any pro's around here to share tips and tricks?
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