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    Hi

    can anyone tell me why shadows appeared in my recent party photos taken indoor with built-in flash??!

    tks

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    please post a sample, till then we won't be able to understand what you are talking about

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    where there are lights.. there will surely be shadows
    “How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanyewkay
    where there are lights.. there will surely be shadows
    unless you shoot straight into the lightbox ooops ...

    yellowlizard, please post a photo, or a link to your photo if you really want us to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanyewkay
    where there are lights.. there will surely be shadows
    If u can control the lights.. then u can control the shadows.

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    if the shadows are found near the bottom of the pic...
    do u happen to be shooting with e lens hood attached?
    but really... post a pic so that we can tell what exactly u mean...

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    Too many scenarios as they suggested... Typical digicam is very small and you could also have blocked the flash.

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