How To Take Good Photos
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- Balance the flash with the available light for best results. If your camera has a setting to do this for you, it is probably called 'slow flash' or 'synchro flash'.
- Use your camera's red-eye reduction setting (if it has one) when taking flash photographs of people.
- Avoid red-eye by turning up or providing more light in the room.
- Aiming the flash directly at your subject can result in harsh lighting. Try to bounce the flash off a reflective or white surface, such as the ceiling, to produce a softer light.