Question about GE X5 Digital Camera
"Forced flash" is when you force the flash to fire even if the camera thinks there's enough light to photograph without it.
As an example, consider taking a photo of a person outdoors with the sun coming from one side and casting half the face in shadow. By forcing the flash to fire, you can illuminate the shadowed portion without affecting the background.
Posted on Jul 31, 2013
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