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    Default Need some help in taking a natural light balance photo with flash in a low light area

    i need help in it.. everytime i take photo with flash in low light area.. it seems like too bright and photo doesn't look natural.. any advise on controlling?

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    Default Re: Need some help in taking a natural light balance photo with flash in a low light

    Perhaps, you need a good read:

    http://www.planetneil.com/tangents/f...hy-techniques/


    ........ and follow that with your own trials in real-life situations

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    Default Re: Need some help in taking a natural light balance photo with flash in a low light

    That's very informative article. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Need some help in taking a natural light balance photo with flash in a low light

    Quote Originally Posted by williamchew85 View Post
    i need help in it.. everytime i take photo with flash in low light area.. it seems like too bright and photo doesn't look natural.. any advise on controlling?
    You might want to try using a bounced flash instead of direct flash.

    You may also want to check out this nifty device

    http://www.lightscoop.com/

    They have good photographic examples of what I'm trying to say.
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    Default Re: Need some help in taking a natural light balance photo with flash in a low light

    Perhaps if you mention which camera and which flash (brand and model), members might be able to give more specific 'tips' for you to try out. Fred

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