A party photo set is usually not difficult because of its technique (use high depth of field and a flash gun) but mainly because of the number of pics you have to sort out after. At a party there is always something happening, there are plenty of people, so you may end of making a hundred pics an hour easily without any effort, plus the ones you shoot because people are asking for a photo. So, you usually end up with a set of hundreds of pics, waiting for you to sort and post process them. A job all photographers are keen to escape from. :) This shot is a bit deviant from the schoolbook technique by using a fixed lens and high aperture, I like it because it is very dynamic and it was shot in the right light conditions.
|Exposure Bias||-0.67 eV|
|Focal Length||35mm (52mm)|
|Lens||Nikkor AF-S DX 35 mm f/1.8|