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Thread: Night photography on moving objective

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    Default Re: Night photography on moving objective

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    flash cheaper elsewhere, lenses not much of a diff...

    i'd say he should start out with pop up 1st before plunging the 600 bucks on the 56am
    As a new user, S$600 is indeed a lot, but since he mentioned that the shadow spoil the photo, that's why I recommend the external flash
    For in door with low ceiling setting, the external bounce flash photo is usually much better than build in direct flash.
    Quote Originally Posted by yihao01 View Post
    Hi Guys,
    ....how ever if i use the flash, the shadow at the background spoil the picture. Any advise?

    Thanx in advance.
    Sony Alpha 700 hobbyist

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    Default Re: Night photography on moving objective

    Quote Originally Posted by zcf View Post
    As a new user, S$600 is indeed a lot, but since he mentioned that the shadow spoil the photo, that's why I recommend the external flash
    For in door with low ceiling setting, the external bounce flash photo is usually much better than build in direct flash.
    yah.. the built-in pop up flash doesn't really help. . . think i'll get the external flash first. can i ask.. how much huh?

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