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I recently purchased my first DSLR with a very specific purpose. Last year when I saw all my friends and family, I took a lot of camera phone shots that came out very poorly. This year, I would like to get some very good shots of people.
The setting would be- the person isn't looking, they are most likely moving, we are indoors, and the room is lit or dimly lit.
I'm would like to know, given that situation: what manual settings would you recommend?
My reasoning behind the no-flash is because it tends to really kill someones vibe. I'm sure the loud shutter won't help either, but there's nothing I can do about that.
Any and all advice is welcome, thanks in advance.
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