Question about Samsung Digimax Pro 815 Digital Camera
That depends on what you want the photos to say to the viewer.
If all the subjects are about the same distance from the camera then you can use the flash. If they're not, like people at a long table, then the flash will blow out the nearer people while leaving the distant ones in the dark. You also wouldn't want to use the flash for a scene at a candlelight dinner or by a fireplace.
If there isn't much light then you'll need to set the ISO higher. How much higher depends on the amount of light and the amount of digital noise you're willing to accept. Also the shutter speed may get long so you might want to consider a tripod or other stable support.
The white balance should be set to match the light. You can usually get by on auto, but it'll be worthwhile trying the other settings.
As I said originally, the settings depend on what you want the photos to say. Shooting a lunch party in a room with large windows is different from shooting an intimate dinner by candlelight. Do you have anything specific in mind?
Posted on May 04, 2013
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