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Flash causing a white out!

Everytime I use my flash it completely washes out my picture. How do I fix it? Thanks

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You are possibly using it too close to subject. Make a softening/dimming filter with layer of tissue paper over the flash- the more tissue the less light gets out

Posted on May 23, 2007

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