The LED wall is interactive and the challenge is to make pictures that show both the wall and people interacting with it, without having the banding or moire effect, that often happens when taking pictures of LED wall.
I am shooting with either Nikon D4 or D7200. Looking for advice on what aperture works best.
My main concern is that the LED diodes are so bright or contrasting too much to the rest of the scene, that I be getting a lot of under-exposed people/scences. or highly over exposed LED screen. If I remember well, this was the problem in the past.
I will try and find some samples. The wall I photographed last, also showed some banding I seem to remember. Or it may have been lines of black, due to the re-fresh rate of the screen, and the combination of shutter speed. I guess longer shutter speed is better.
Any other views or thought on shutter speed/ISO/flash use?
I don't need to necessarily freeze all the action, but can't be too blurry either. I think min need about 1/50sec for use with 11-35mm lens (f1.8)