|Children and Fireworks F5, 1/50, ISO 1600|
Shooting action in low light is simple. There is not much difference from shooting in the daylight. You are only required to maintain an adequate shutter speed to hand hold the camera. This will be from about 1/50 to 1/125, depending on the subject movement and the availability of surrounding light. Also use a large aperture, suitably an F2.8 to F5.6 to accommodate more light through the lens.
A major difference from shooting in daylight will be the application of high ISO speed. Depending on available light, you will have to increase the ISO to produce a suitable shutter speed for hand holding the camera for snapping the images. The tip provided here is for capturing images without the aid of a flash, but do make sure the available light source is in front of the subject.
|A child at the Loy Krathong Festival F2.8, 1/100s, ISO 6400|
|A finale of a dancing performance at small village F5.6, 1/200, ISO 6400|