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Nikon D7200 For Dummies by Julie Adair King

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3

Adding Flash

In This Chapter

arrow Taking advantage of the built-in flash

arrow Setting the flash mode

arrow Adjusting flash power

arrow Investigating advanced flash options

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Cameras have gone through many evolutions since photography was first invented. But one thing that remains constant is that you can't create a photograph without light. In fact, the term photograph comes from the Greek words photo, for light, and graph, for drawing.

Thanks to the built-in flash on your D7200, you're never without at least a little light. You also have the option to attach a larger, more powerful external flash when scenes call for more light than the built-in flash can produce.

Although flash photography seems simple enough on the surface, it actually requires a lot of skill. Where you place the light, how much flash power you use, and when the flash fires are just some of the important components of a good flash photo — which is to say, a picture that doesn't look like you shot it in a police interrogation room, ...

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