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Basics of Flash Photography
Basics of Flash Photography
Rick Allred
Let Santa Fe instructor Rick Allred shed light on how to use your flash like a pro, for natural, beautiful results that will set your photos apart.
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Take stunning photos in any indoor lighting situation. Discover how to use lights, camera settings and modifiers to capture your subjects perfectly.
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