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CHANGE BACKGROUND HOW CAN I CHANGE THE BACKGROUND NOT LEAVING GLOWING EDGES IN THE MAIN SUBJECT

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I use d80 and flash sb 600 on a bracket and when i take a photo when th lights are dim if the subject is close thier lit up but the rest of photo is dark why?


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This is a law of physics. However, there are several things you can do about this. One is to move the light source. Another is to have more than one. The D80 can control other flashes, so you can use the D80's pop-up flash to light the subject and the SB-600 (or more than one of them) to light the background. Another possibility is to bounce the flash off a white ceiling or wall to soften and diffuse the light. Another is to use slow-sync, leaving the shutter open longer to let the background illuminate. You can read more about this in the manual.

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Background is overexposed


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