Use The Flash On Your Camera To Make Better Pictures

When you have a better understanding of light, you become a better photographer.

Do You Hate Your Flash?

Learn To Use Your Flash And Become A More Versatile Photographer-05-05-2015

When Using Your Flash

When Should You Use Your Flash?

Basically, Your Flash…

Flash Photography And the Law

Did you know that there is a law that we should be aware of when we use our flash?

This law applies to ALL flashes; the pop up flash on your camera and the, usually more powerful, separate flash unit that works off of your hot-shoe.

If you don’t know about this law, it could seriously limit your ability to create a photograph.

Sunrises, Sunsets, Windows And Adding Light

All Flashes Are Not Created Equal

Night And Day And Flash

The Pop-Up Flash On Your Camera

More Light Right On Your Camera

Try Thinking Of The Flash That You Use With Your Camera As Lighting With Lightning

Some Holiday Lighting Tips For the Photographer

Although VERY limited when it comes to modifying the characteristics of the light emitted, your pop-up flash is the gateway to inexpensively learn about basic flash operation and will prepare you for making a more informed decision/purchase if you decide to upgrade to a more powerful and versatile flash unit.

Got Flash?

Learn to use it to make better pictures. The photograph below used flash in combination with a slow shutter speed to get parts of the photograph to appear sharp and other areas of the photograph to appear blurred from motion.

The Pop-Up Flash On Your Camera

Flash – A Portable Source Of Light That Will Make You A More Versatile Photographer

Don’t Hate Your Flash…Learn To Use It And Become A Better Photographer

Don’t hate your flash, learn to use it to make better pictures !!!