Question by : How to take a good photograph without natural light?
I have an Olympus E-410, and I need to take photographs inside rooms where there is limited natural light (mostly fluorescent lighting). So far the outcomes are mostly blurry, what settings should I change in order to get a better, clearer picture? Any other tips would be appreciated.
Answer by Fishmeister
First you should concentrate on your white balance. Invest in a gray card, or even a piece of white paper (from your printer for example) does an excellent job..
Refer to your user manual on manually setting white balance.
Tips on achieving a blur free image are standard no matter if you are shooting indoors or outdoors. Either up your ISO, open your aperture more, increase the shutter speed and/or use a tripod. If you are using a lens that has a maximum aperture of say f/4 then you are going to either have to up the ISO to a high level (thus increasing the noise in the image) or do the wise thing and invest in a new prime lens with a wide aperture. I will not shoot indoors without flash with any lens with an aperture of less than f/1.8.
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