stephanie_giorgianni Posted July 30, 2012 Share Posted July 30, 2012 <p>I will be doing the photography for an amateur mma fight in September and I need advice. I'm wondering if I should get a different lens or a different flash because I had a lot of problems with capturing clean, crisp images when it was a high action shot (punches, kicks, etc.) Obviously it was indoors so I was dealing with low quality lighting and I had never shot an event like this, especially fast action indoors. I tried shutter priority and raised the ISO but I'm not sure what else I could have done to stop the action and get the great shots you see of a fighter landing a punch, etc.<br>I'm shooting with a Nikon D90. I have two lenses, a 18-105mm Nikkor 3.5-5.6G and a 70-300mm Nikkor 4.5-5.6G. And then I have a SB-600 Nikon Speedlight.<br>Any suggestions?<br>You can view my pictures from that event here... (Please be nice with your comments. :) I had never done an event like this so it was a learning experience for me. I'm not happy with the pictures from that event so I'm trying to do a better job this next time so I'd really appreciate constructive criticism.)<br> <br><a href="http://mystore.giorgianniphotography.com/collection.php?event=590052">http://mystore.giorgianniphotography.com/collection.php?event=590052#156604598</a></p> Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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