Tomorrow (Fri) I am going out to a gig. Again. I've barely been in my house recently. Anyway, this will be much quieter than the last couple. It's something that's really important to me. I'm going to see Annie Ross. I'd like to take some kick ass pictures if possible. We're probably talking jazz club lighting - it's at the Oran Mor for the Scots, I don't know if it's in the basement club (jazz lighting) or upstairs in the converted church, which has the high vaulted ceiling lit up and is a much warmer lighting. I am taking the NEX5. I have - 16mm kit, Canon FD 18-35mm, Vivitar 70-205mm, I can borrow the 18-55mm kit. So my question is - what do you think I need to do in terms of settings? Aperture, ISO, all that jazz. I suppose the lens will depend upon the seating arrangement. I imagine the big one will be too unstable, it's a tripod job and I don't see that being popular. At the moment my instinct is to take the 18-55kit and use the automatic settings so I don't have to worry about it. But I am trying to learn about the Canon one so it would be good to stick with it. The fear is that I miss the gig because I'm playing with the camera, or I come away with no good shots. What's a girl to do!