I am a semi-beginner in outdoor photography and recently have taken the job on getting practice with my photography at a barn I ride at.
I understand quite a bit with outdoor photography and the lighting but when it comes to indoor photography, I can't seem to get enough light in my pictures. I mainly take pictures of horses going over jumps. It's an indoor arena with very low lighting. Pictures are too dark or too grainy from my iso.
I was told by my coach and the owner I need a strobe flash for (already knew I needed a flash) taking pictures with horses indoors. Mainly because it spooks the horses with any other flash. I was told by another horse photographer that any flash will work.
So my question to you all is: is there anyone out there that can help me with what kind of flash I can get for my nikon camera? Without spooking the horses while going over jumps?????????
*i would be standing about 20 feet away from the horse with my potential new flash.