Hello,\n\nMy friend is DJing at a club this weekend, and I've been asked to take\npictures of the event. Unfortunately, the venue is going to be very,\nvery dark, lit mainly by candles. I hope to get some good pictures of\nthe attendees, but I'm torn about what setup to use to get the best\nresults.\n\nEssentially I'll be right up next to the DJ and the attendees, so my\nstock Canon FD 50mm/1.8 lens should do well. However, checking\nlighting conditions with some sample metering around my room, it seems\nto be near impossible to get anything near the 1/125 or faster shutter\nspeed I'll need for dancing people. Flash is prohibited, so the best I\ncan think of now is Fuji Natura 1600, and I feel like if I don't push\nit to 3200, I wouldn't be able to get a fast enough shutter speed.\nThis is going to get really grainy, isn't it? Also, I've heard that\nusing a lens at its widest aperature will often provide a degradation\nin quality, so should I favor pushing the film and shooting at smaller\naperature?\n\nIf anyone has experience in similar conditions and could offer some\nadvice/sample configurations, I'd be much obliged. Thank you!