Hi, I will be in Egypt for three weeks, and have borrowed an SLR camera which I am not all that familiar with.
With out enough time to do a photography course before I leave I would love any tips on taking photographs in low light situations e.g the tombs in the Valley of the kings etc with out a tripod.
I understand that flashes can not be used, and without a tripod I will not be able to use a shuter speed for longer than 1/60 without getting camera shake, so what is the best thing to do - use a very fast film and a wide aperture?
Also the camera has a 28 - 70mm lense, is this enough for a range of photo opportunities in Egypt. Any help would be much appreciated,
[This message has been edited by Melody (edited June 03, 2002).]