Balanc­ing with day­light

Digital Camera World - - SHOOTOUT -

Your key aim when­ever you mix nat­u­ral light and flash is to set the ex­po­sure for the day­light first, us­ing Man­ual mode so that the set­tings stay locked in on the camera. Ex­pos­ing for the bright sun­light means that a back­lit model will be un­der­ex­posed, so then it’s a case of switch­ing on the strobe(s) and ad­just­ing the power and dis­tance of the flash heads in or­der to il­lu­mi­nate the model.


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