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...where what you see can often be what you get, it is difficult to visualize what the effects of using flash will be. Flash is shut off until the moment of exposure, and then its illumination is too brief to visually evaluate what it does to your picture.
Many of us just hope for the best, and when our film is returned from being processed or when you view your pictures on your digital camera's viewing screen, we are frequently surprised by the disappointing appearance of those in which we used flash. Shadows can be harsh due to the high contrast from direct flash, and images can look stark; sometimes, facial lighting is flat or subjects have red-eye; foreground objects are often overexposed, looking bleached out, while background objects are darker...
Latest Updated Date: Thu, 01 August 2013
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