Friday, 20 July 2012

How And Why To Diffuse Your On Camera Flash – PictureCorrect

In this article, the author is asked - "When using flash inside a room with low ceiling and white walls I understand how to use the flash to get soft light. But if the ceiling and walls are not white, how do you soften the light with out off camera flash."

A great question about how to diffuse an on camera flash. This is an important concept to understand – not just how, but why! To read his answer, follow the link:-

How And Why To Diffuse Your On Camera Flash – PictureCorrect

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