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How do I shut off the flash when I take night pictures?

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Depends on the camera. If there's an Auto/No-flash mode, select that. Otherwise, set the flash mode to no-flash. Another option might be the Night Portrait or Night Landscape modes.

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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Wait until the sun goes down.

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Just like day photography, the best camera settings (and other things) depend on what you want the photograph to say to the viewer.

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If you're taking a picture of the full moon, then it's not night photography at all. The full moon is just a big rock under a midday sun, so treat it as such.

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