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Flash Photography Tips 5

Slow Shutter Synch Flash Photography

Flash Photography Tips 5

Now that we’ve looked at the main differences between constant light (Ambient) and flash photography, it is time to experiment with some creative techniques in the wonderful world of flash photography. It may help if you basically consider flash photography as a double exposure picture, with one exposure for ambient light and the second exposure for the flash gun.

It may sound a little complicated and in our Flash ...

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Flash photography Tips 3

Flash Photography Tips

Part 3: TTL Flash Photography special features

In previous articles I discussed the differences between constant light vs. flash photography and also some tips about TTL Flash Photography. In this article I am going to cover some important features of TTL flashes. Often photographers have asked me why TTL flashes are so expensive compared to non TTL flashes. The reason often comes down to convenience; below is a list of some of these conveniences.

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Flash Photography

Flash Photography Tips

Part 1: Flash Photography

Exposure is the main key in photography in general and with Flash Photography, exposure plays an important role for successful images. If your exposure is not correct you may get a darker or brighter picture.

Correct exposure under constant (ambient) light is controlled by the dynamic threesome of:

-Aperture

-Shutter speed

-and ISO

The combination of these variable settings is what makes correct exposures.

How about exposures with Flash Photography?

Flash Photography is different from constant ...

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Photo Tip Friday

Photo Tip Friday November 1

High Speed Flash Synch

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What is High Speed Flash Synch?

All cameras have a Synch speed, which means that you can capture an image using a flash up to certain shutter speed and you cannot pass that speed, usually around 1/125s to 1/250s. Using a TTL flash allows you to pass the set synch speed of your camera and shoot the photo at any shutter speed, even ...

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