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Old Apr 7, 2007, 11:27 AM   #1
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Well I guess I forgot to actualy post my post.

I've been asked to take some pictures of a night club for their website. Now The only equipment I have is a Canon EOS 350D and a tripod, but what I am looking for is some quick advice on what I should be looking for when shooting.

I plan on taking a panaoramic or two of the inside as well as your standard room shots.

Camera setting wise, what should I tend to look at using? Would it be best to skip the flash and use the in-house lighting for a better effect playing with shutter speeds etc?

Or should I just make it into more of a trial and error kind of thing and try various settings and then see what was best when I take the images home?

There will not be people in the shots (well there shouldn't be any ways) because I am going prior to them opening.

Thanks for any advice/suggestions
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