I finally got a chance to photograph some dancers in low light, and not just any low light -- firelight. We went to a luau while on vacay in Kaua'i and I was excited because this was one of the few times during the trip where I was going to allow myself to focus more on photos than the experience. I was excited about the never-know-what-you'll-get aspect of photographing the dancers with slow shutter speeds. I messed around a lot with different settings to see how they might provide different outcomes and it was a lot of fun experimenting. I got a small handful of photos that I'm pretty happy with. And I got a lei. And we saw a calf that was born just minutes earlier on the plantation where the luau is hosted. So all in all, I'm pretty darn happy. There are a few more on Flickr if you'd like to check them out.