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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 17 - 2015

How to Choose Flash

How to Choose Flash



A flash is pretty much a must-have accessory for a photographer. Because photography itself, “Photos-graphein” literally means drawing with light. Without light, there’d be no pictures.
Buying a new flash of course isn’t a problem because buying something new doesn’t require the need to for detail checking of its condition. Plus, it usually includes warranty. But what about when we’re planning on buying a used flash, with an expired warranty? What are the main things we should check for in order to determine it’s in good working condition or not?

The following are a few things you should do before you buy a used flash: Read the rest of this entry »

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