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Flash that Doesn’t look like Flash

One of the most difficult things in photography is understanding flash, especially on camera flash. Most amateurs photography is visible by noticeable flash. There are ways to properly light a scene by balancing the flash output with ambient light. This also allows the photographer to capture more or all of the background in the image instead of a background that becomes totally black or very dark.

Below is a link to an excellent article written by Neil van Niekerk which describes best flash techniques and how to get ‘Flash that doesn’t look like Flash”
There is a link at the bottom of each page to the next page as the entire article is several pages long.
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