Photography Q & A: How to use on-camera flash under low light situations?

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Alex uses fill flash technique for a music show and finds it really useful. Equipment list: Canon EOS 5D MK III Cactus AF50 portable flash www.gadgetinfinity.com For more details, explanations and pictures: www.gadgetinfinity.com When Light Dances, Dance with us for updates: www.facebook.com Like & share: www.facebook.com

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gadgetinfinity says:

You are welcome. Please feel free to post your questions! Thanks again!

H Chris says:

Very useful, thanks Master!

gadgetinfinity says:

Sure it is! Merry Christmas! Thanks!

1dpham says:

sounds great just in time for get togethers during x mas

gadgetinfinity says:

By the way, we are making another video to explore the different uses of on-camera flash and fill flash, which would touch on bouncing the flash off the ceiling for special occasions. Stay tuned!

gadgetinfinity says:

You are welcome! In fact, during the shooting we used a monopod for steadier shots. Apparently, using a tripod is always better for shots taken with a shutter speed lower than 1/50. Thanks again for your comments!

1dpham says:

Thanks for making this video to answer my question, i really appreciated it =) at first i thought it wouldn’t be necessary to use flash for shooting the stage since there’s so much light but when i saw the guys swirling the sticks it made sense to use flash, and also that last bit using a slower shutter speed to capture the night scene was pretty awesome advice too, but i guess having a tripod along side would be good. thanks again for making and editing this video

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