This was taken on a recent vacation. I handed my G1 to someone else. It was in aperture priority, I think 800 ISO, burst mode. We actually got 3 shots and none of them really turned out. Exposure time ended up 1/6 [ed -- actually it was 1/20] of a second (this was already a stop underexposed). This and one other one came out blurry. The last shot was less blurry, but two of us were blinking, so I didn't like that one either. [At first I forgot to mention that this is shot at f/1.7 with the 20mm, so I cannot open up the aperture any.] To me the obvious possibilities are: 1. Move up to 1600 ISO 2. Set EV to 2 or even more stops under 3. Get an Olympus with IBIS 4. Figure out a good way to use flash without the harshness: off-camera? bounce card? You guys may know of some others. At least I hope you suggest some of the tradeoffs involved, and what's most likely to help for a picture like this. Is there a shutter time rule for people photos at that distance? Knowing that might be a good start.