One technique I've been using lately, is to purposely lower the exposure compensation while in aperture priority mode with auto ISO, in order to keep the ISO low and the shutter speed fast. With today's cameras having superior sensors than in the past, shooting a purposely darker photo and then raising the exposure during RAW processing still gets good results with just a little bit of noise removal. I think this is a more ideal approach than trying to get the "correct" exposure but being forced into a lower shutter speed and higher ISO, resulting in either a much noisier image or one with too much motion blur from the subject. Anyway, I just wanted to share that, for those who have never tried it. Those who also use this technique, do you have anything you want to share about this approach?