I often get invited for some meetings to Columbus in Ohio. There is not really much locations to take unique photos so usually I drive away from there on the weekend to explore Ohio. My friend came up with the idea to go see the “National Museum of the United States Airforce” in Dayton (also in Ohio). I like aircrafts but was not really convinced because I wanted to go and find locations to take nice photos; but like said, I like aircrafts so let us do it.
To my surprise, they allowed shooting with a tripod in there! A big thank you! I did not even bring the tripod because I was so convinced that they would not allow me to (see my previous posts about being sent away from a PUBLIC sidewalk when taking photos in NY).
Low Light and no Tripod – now what?
If I am not allowed to take photos on a tripod while indoor with low light, other than increasing the ISO I try to lay the camera onto a flat and stable area. Also I look at the artificial light and see to utilize this light there is.