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| p.1 #6 · Motion Blur and Rear-Curtain Sync during dance |
I've had some seriously dark rooms where I had to go as low as 1/6th. But I'm usually between 1/10 and 1/30. That seems to do the trick.
I bump up my ISO to about 800-1000. That saves on flash battery and no one is looking for a high-resolution image of a bunch of random people dancing and not looking at the camera, so IQ is somewhat irrelevant.
Also, I try not to do too much shutter dragging, as TTLKurtis mentioned, if you shoot every single reception shot like this and the couple is a bunch of bar-hopping club-going youngsters, they may not like that too much.