Quote Originally Posted by markbarendt View Post
So, did they actually tell you explicitly no tripods/monopods?

I ask for two reasons. 1- When I'm doing paid asignment work with ANY type or size of camera, I use a support wherever physically possible, even in bright sunny situations. This makes a huge difference in the quality of the shots I can get. 2- You have a night shoot coming next week, the darker it gets the more support (and artificial light) is needed.

As to your night shots posing an issue for post process; only if you scrimp on exposure.
They didn't actually tell me no tripods, but because of the erratic nature of the subjects (most with mental health issues) they will only co-operate for fleeting moments. There's a lot of dancing about basically.
But I take your point about the night shots and may will consider the tripod here.