Usage of Flashes


Status
Not open for further replies.

wiLLy-LucifeR

New Member
Jun 3, 2007
299
0
0
35
Yishun
willy-lucifer.deviantart.com
guys, anyone kind enough to tell me abt e effective usage of flashes in photography? i've been using suppressed flash aka natural lighting most of e time, leaving my flash in seclusion.

r there any conditions where flashes r actually a better choice of lighting?

also, does using flash in daylight has any effect on e pics?

thanks alot. =]
 

Artosoft

Senior Member
Aug 31, 2005
3,710
0
0
Tanjong Katong
The most important in photography is "light". If natural light is not possible, create it. Flash is one of the way to create "artificial light".

In daylight, we use flash for fill-in light. Try yourself for the effect.

Regard,
Arto.
 

Scaglietti

New Member
Jan 14, 2005
1,541
0
0
If your camera have flash exposure compensation, try fiddling with it. It will increase/reduce the flash exposure and you can balance the flash with the ambient light to make the exposure looks more pleasing.

BC
 

adamadam

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2004
3,643
1
38
36
Perth
www.flickr.com
I like to use flash as fill light, particularly in situations where the background is brighter than the subject.
 

xunjas

Senior Member
Dec 28, 2006
6,500
0
36
Singapura
www.isaackiat.com
i use bounce flash when shooting indoors esp when the lighting of the room is not sufficient..
 

Status
Not open for further replies.