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    Default What is this situation called?

    You were posing in front of the photographer

    and the sun was behind u casting a shadow on your face

    what is the proper name for this?

    i know u are suppose to use "fill flash" to solve this problem...but i want to know the name of this.

    Thanks!

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    hmhmm..
    The-sun-behind-you situation?

    hehhehhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeeeee

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    Originally posted by Bluestrike
    hmhmm..
    The-sun-behind-you situation?

    hehhehhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeeeee
    .....no way i can put that in my report...
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    erm, backlit? Dunno....just a try.

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    yeah backlit! read from some manuals that you need to use force flash in that situation.

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    Originally posted by luisg
    yeah backlit! read from some manuals that you need to use force flash in that situation.
    Oh, and how are you going to force the flash, pray tell?

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    By the way, classic conversation from #DC&P (ClubSNAP's IRC channel)

    [10:10] <+kamwai> ed > what do u call this??? http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...&threadid=7012
    [10:10] <@Edmund> its a thread from ClubSNAP
    [10:10] <@Edmund> thread number 7012 to be precise

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    ok...i will call it "shots with subject backlit"

    Thanks everyone

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    Originally posted by Richard


    Oh, and how are you going to force the flash, pray tell?
    I meant that in most of the DC that the flash will not fire if that is in auto mode.

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    HAHAHA... the earlier part of this thread also very funny... the sun casting a shadow

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    Originally posted by Richard


    Oh, and how are you going to force the flash, pray tell?
    close his eyes, and mumble "use the force, uzi, use the force"

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    Originally posted by Jed
    HAHAHA... the earlier part of this thread also very funny... the sun casting a shadow
    oh yah...I didn't realise that. It defies physics laws!

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    Originally posted by Tweek


    close his eyes, and mumble "use the force, uzi, use the force"
    lol starwars meh!

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    Originally posted by kamwai
    ok...i will call it "shots with subject backlit"

    Thanks everyone
    better if "subjects with backlit shots"

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    thanks everyone...now i think this thread belongs to banal talk already

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    Originally posted by luisg


    better if "subjects with backlit shots"
    Hmmm... I would simply call the the situation 'backlighting'.
    Simple and straight to the point.

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