Digital Photography: Flash Photography Tips

April 04, 2013

Digital Photography: Flash Photography Tips

Flash can be tricky to use. You will often find that photos taken with flash lighting, especially with a camera’s onboard flash unit, aren’t particularly appealing, filled with sharply contrasting areas of shadow and bright light, with people and faces looking flat and unattractive.

But there are ways to improve your flash photos!

In the video below, Photographer Phil Steele from Steel Training gives some helpful tips to for taking better flash photos.

For Further Reading…

Why You Should Own an External Flash

8 On-Camera Flash Tips: How To Get Better Lighting From Your On-Camera Flash




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