Improve images by using of your flash

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Improve images by using of your flash

Postby jolenatrakx » Tue 19 Jan 2010, 7:51

Calculate the flash with surrounding light for improved results. Your camera may offer a daylight synchro' setting.
Direct flash on groups of people produces better-looking pictures than direct flash on a single person.
The newest digital cameras allow you to set high ISO speeds e.g. ISO 800 which can help avoid using flash altogether.
Avoid red-eye by increasing light in the room.
If you use your camera’s red-eye reduction setting when taking flash photographs of people you avoid red-eye, but there’s a delay in taking the shot which may cause you to miss the moment


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