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Exposure while using Flash in Manual Mode

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"RE: Exposure while using Flash in Manual Mode"

viknik Registered since 18th Nov 2012
Sun 18-Nov-12 02:17 PM

Thanks aolander.

To clarify further, I am referring to shooting in the M (Manual) shooting mode of the camera. Using the exposure indicator , after one chooses the Aperture and Shutter speed till the right exposure is indicated ( which as you have explained is based on the ambient light), then how does one predict what using a flash will do ? Wouldn't the light added by the flash result in an overexposed picture?So the question is how does one factor in using a flash while setting the Aper& Shutter Speed.. should it be left at a step or two underexposed so that the flash can then "fill in" the remaining light?

A general, generic topic Exposure while using Flash in Manual Mode [View all] , viknik , Sun 18-Nov-12 11:01 AM
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