Taking Photos in No-Flash Situations
Flash photography and tripods are often prohibited in cathedrals, museums, galleries, and other historic attractions. What to do? Increase the ISO for sharper photos, but also use a chair, the back of a pew, a doorway, or some other structure for support. You might even want to carry a bean bag to rest the camera on. Read "[[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/116964/digital_focus_shooting_inside_museums_and_cathedrals.html|Shooting Inside Museums and Cathedrals|Shooting Inside Museums and Cathedrals]]" and "[[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/189072/taking_good_concert_photos.html|Taking Good Concert Photos|Taking Good Concert Photos]]" for more tips.