Being in a low light setting means that you are going to have to set your SLR to certain settings in order to compensate for the little amount of light that the lens will be able to take in.
Whilst using these settings, the shutter speed generally will have to be quite slow to let in more light, with this happening, you will have to either use a tripod or hold a very steady hand!
Instead of doing this however and to create a more creative photo, use these settings along with your flash (onboard is fine). Whilst have a shutter speed of about 3 seconds, set up a scene where there are vivid lights, take the photo (the flash will capture your setted scene) and once the flash has gone off, move the camera around (up, down, side to side, loopdy loop) and this will cover your set scene in neon type light streaks.
This method uses a form of light graffiti with low light flash photography.
You’ve got a scene of the ravers having a good time on the dance floor, you want to capture it but your wanting something more, something more exciting.
Setup up your camera with the right low light settings, shutter speed about 3 seconds and ISO not too high to lose out on good colour composition.
Turn on your flash and take the photo, once the flash has captured your initial scene, move the camera around, making sure to pass the lens by the clubs lighting.
The resulting photo will have a nice clear shot of your set scene yet it will have a nice layer of vibrant neon like light streaks across it all.
It’s important to get the right balance of both scene and light streaking as too much of either will be too bland or too overshot with light.
Check it, you’ve just come into the world of Neoglyphography!