1. What are the tell-tale signs you can see in a photo that show a flash was used?Harsh shadows outlining the subject and objects that are brighter in the foreground than in the background.
2. How do you “bounce” flash?By pointing your external flash at a white wall or ceiling, bouncing the light (which softens it) back down onto your subject.
3. If you don’t want to buy a light diffuser, you can make one out of _____ ?A white tissue or napkin, wrapped around your flash.
Bonus Question from last week’s issue: When you’re photographing a group of people, it’s best to move them away from the _____ .
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