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Flash and Portrait Problem

When using the flash at about 3 feet, faces all look oily...

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You're too close for the flash. Either back away from the subjects, shoot without flash, or use a diffuser (try draping a white paper napkin over the flash).

Posted on Feb 27, 2012

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