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August 19, 2013

Speedlight Trick #1

speedlight-trick-1_cover.pngTips and Tricks? Yes, please! Ever run into a situation where you're fairly far from a subject who is in a dim ambient setting, and there is something closer to you that will affect the flash metering? It could be a bird, a plane! a wall!?, a plant! Well, whatever it may be, guaranteed it will reflect the pre-flash pulses back to your camera, and your shot may not look as you'd have wanted it to. What do you do, you ask? Find out with this article that gives you the answer, step by step!

Posted by Ronny89 at August 19, 2013 9:01 AM