32. MASTERING YOUR T6’S BUILT-IN FLASH

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UNTIL YOU DELVE into the situation deeply enough, it might appear that serious photographers have a love/hate relationship with electronic flash. You’ll often hear that flash photography is less natural looking, and that the built-in flash in most cameras should never be used as the primary source of illumination because it provides a harsh, garish look. Available (“continuous”) lighting is praised, and built-in flash photography seems to be roundly denounced.

In truth, however, the bias is against bad flash photography. Your T6’s internal flash can prove quite useful as an adjunct to existing light, particularly ...

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