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How can I avoid this blur during taking indoor party pictures?

The blur is caused by the people moving while you were taking the photograph with a slow shutter. Honestly, I think it improves this particular photo a lot: it shows that the people are dancing, ...
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How can I avoid this blur during taking indoor party pictures?

Honestly, the biggest problem I see in your picture is not the blur, but the badly clipped highlights. Next time, try shooting at, say, -1 EV (which will also reduce the exposure time, and thus the ...
Ilmari Karonen's user avatar
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Why does my camera choose an insane ISO & shutter time combo in Aperture mode?

On some SONY Alpha cameras there is a setting for minimum shutter speed. It give you a option (when use AutoISO) to set more modest or more aggressive shutter speed. Please check, maybe you set ...
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How can i shoot in aperture priority with auto ISO?

In A,S,P,M modes, you have to turn Auto ISO on, in Setup menu, see manual. Auto ISO is automatically ON in Auto mode, but is not automatically ON in A,S,P,M modes, not unless you turn it On. User ...
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Why is my ISO setting changing in manual mode?

You appear to have a Nikon camera. On all other brands, one chooses from a list of ISO sensitivities or Auto. The camera then uses the specified ISO for every option other than Auto. With Nikon, if ...
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How can I avoid this blur during taking indoor party pictures?

I don't want to use flash Why not ? It's what flash is for. Get a good external flash and learn to love it. Learn to bounce light from the ceiling or using a bounce card or similar. Easy ...
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How can I avoid this blur during taking indoor party pictures?

The thing you see is called motion blur. The amount of it depends on: subjects move (eg. standing still or waving hands), camera move (how still you're holding a camera) and a setting called Shutter ...
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Let Canon EOS M6 prefer <1/100 exposure time with slightly higher ISO?

Aperture priority is just the wrong mode for you to be in. Aperture priority is for when shutter speed does not matter. It tells the camera to choose a shutter speed by itself. What you want is either ...
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Is it possible to set Auto-ISO in Aperture priority mode on a Nikon D3300?

This is the number #1 reason I never leave auto mode. It's too much hassle being forced to set the ISO sensitivity manually. It looks like most people actually prefer this. But if you don't, you can ...
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Why can't auto ISO be applied after the image was taken?

Because ISO adjustment changes the gain applied to the analog sensor signal before digitization. Whether that results in better performance vs. a brightness adjustment after digitization is not ...
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How can I avoid this blur during taking indoor party pictures?

To reduce the motion blur, you need to increase your shutter speed. To do that, you need to either increase the aperture or ISO or both until a shutter speed is obtained that can minimise the blur. ...
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How can I avoid this blur during taking indoor party pictures?

Not repeating the very good answers above: At f/5.6 its difficult to take photographs even in sunlight. You have a newer camera so it works much better at higher iso that cameras even a few years ...
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Exposure compensation in “manual” mode and auto ISO?

Yes, it is now possible to use Exposure Compensation in Manual mode with Auto ISO with some of Canon’s newer cameras: EOS-1D X EOS-1DX Mark II EOS 5DS / EOS 5DS R EOS 7D Mark II EOS 80D The ...
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How can I avoid this blur during taking indoor party pictures?

As noted by others (and me) you need to find ways to use a faster exposure time to reduce true motion blur. It is possible to use post-processing to make the image look somewhat sharper. Whether this ...
Russell McMahon's user avatar
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Why can't auto ISO be applied after the image was taken?

In fact, ISO (auto or otherwise) is applied to the sensor readout after the image is taken; but the camera has no way to review the image to determine the exposure is correct (and what is correct ...
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How does Auto ISO work on Nikon DSLRs in Manual mode with an on-camera flash?

Exposure Compensation adjusts exposure of the camera auto modes, like A, S, P, and Auto modes. It does Not change camera Manual mode exposure, however, it does still affect what the light meter reads ...
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Why does Shutter Speed go below the Minimum Shutter Speed when speedlight is on in Aperture Mode on my Nikon camera?

The D7200 manual says that in A or P modes, the ISO menu Minimum Shutter Speed is the threshold concerning if ISO increases or not. It does also say that in Auto Mode that the camera will choose ...
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Why does my camera choose a higher ISO even when the flash is on?

The camera is behaving this way because the built in flash is relatively weak compared to most external flashes. Even if you are shooting at closer distances, where the built in flash does have enough ...
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Why does my camera choose a higher ISO even when the flash is on?

Use a hot shoe flash. The D7200 is one of the later models with the latest way that Nikon Auto ISO reacts with flash (there have been three methods on iTTL models). If a hot shoe flash is used (a ...
WayneF's user avatar
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How can I avoid this blur during taking indoor party pictures?

This is motion blur. This occurs due to a slow shutter. Since you were in the dim indoor environment its really difficult to have photos with movement without motion blur. If your main priority is to ...
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Why is maximum shutter speed fixed on Nikon DSLRs when using flash?

Setting e2 is where you select the "slowest" (e.g. the longest) shutter speed you want the camera to use when an active flash is detected by the camera. You can still use a faster (e.g.shorter) ...
Michael C's user avatar
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Why does the camera default to ISO 400 in auto ISO mode with flash?

This solution or "hack" from Branko Mitic (link below) seems to achieve the desired effect. "Auto ISO" while using flash by way of setting super high manual ISO and utilizing Safety shift to push it ...
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