Photography Taking Better Pictures : Flash

Photography Taking Better Pictures : Flash

Cameras with built-in flash units often result in pictures of people with red eyes. This is because the light reflects off the retina at the back of the eye, which is red. The problem can
be avoided by using a separate flash unit, or by asking your subject to look at a light, which will make the pupils smaller, before you take the picture. Some automatic cameras include a mechanism to help reduce this problem.

When you take a photograph of a group of people, make sure that everyone is positioned more or less at the same distance from the camera, or those in the foreground may be bleached out by the flash and those furthest away not illuminated at all.

Indoors, automatic flash can be too bright, resulting in bleached-out faces while outdoors, if the subject is too far away, it may not be illuminated at all 
Photography Taking Better Pictures : Flash Reviewed by Unknown on 3/02/2020 Rating: 5
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