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External Flash Photography Techniques

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 20 - 2018
External Flash Photography Techniques

External Flash Photography Techniques

In photography, lighting is the main key to getting an extraordinary photograph. One of photography’s instrument that’s in very close relationship with lighting is the flash light. There are many ways to use flash to get maximal results in different lighting conditions. Several of these are:

Bounce Flash Technique (reflecting light)
The goal when using this technique is to reflect (bounce) light off of the flash onto a larger surface like ceilings or walls. By bouncing off light from the flash, the room’s lighting will spread more evenly and will appear softer. This technique is best used indoors with not-too-high ceilings. Read the rest of this entry »

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