Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Flash Photography Tips

If, like me, you have never used flash in anger in your photography, you should find this article, from Picture Correct, of value.

Flash photography is the use of a camera flash bulb in a variety of possible situations where there doesn’t seem to be enough light. The most common use of flash photography is group portraits at gatherings where there is not enough light to take a satisfactory exposure.

But there are many other situations where the flash could be used such as: fill-flash situations when the background is brighter than the subject, using the flash to light up a room and creating better coloring, or using the flash to freeze a moving object in a dark situation.

To read the article in full, and to take advantage of  a special 50% discount off a related update, follow this link  Flash Photography Tips – PictureCorrect


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