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flash photography

[′flash fə‚täg·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
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This technology allows photographers, in particular those who are new to flash photography, to utilize the ideal lighting situation and natural brightness of the room.
Flash photography was not automatically banned in the competition, but Wales requested announcements be made at matches.
Lighting within the attraction combined with flash photography may distort and misrepresent the colour of our wax figures, which is something our sculptors are unable to account for at the production stage.
In 1888, he started working for the Sun, another New York newpaper, and began taking photographs using a new German innovation, flash photography.
Maisaa Al-Suwailim, the Northern Border representative of Saudi Ophthalmology Society, said flash photography was extremely dangerous to newborns, infants and children, Medical Xpress reported.
No flash photography is allowed at Ras Al Jinz as the flash disorientates and disturbs the nesting females.
Until Aug 3 Artificial Light: Flash Photography in the Twentieth Century U
I presume just as we warn about flash photography on the telly, Dr Sigman wants us to do likewise during the Commonwealth Games.
Starting out with the five variables of flash photography, the workshops covered understanding ambient lighting, using props, insights into composition and working with the outdoors as a canvas for photo shoots, making random locations work to a photographer's benefit, and knowing where equipment such as EOS, lenses, and Speedlight, should be used.
He repeated his description of the mass of reporters and photographers as "vultures" as he stood and endured a barrage of flash photography, eventually saying: "Do you have enough now?
Edgerton famously demonstrated his strobe flash photography on national television by shooting a bullet into a playing card and photographing the result.