JawD 8 Posted November 2, 2010 Share Posted November 2, 2010 Reflectors are cheap but very effective. You also can use anything. But basically you dont really want to use a flash right on an object as it flattens the image. When people use a flash they usually point it away from the subject and bounce the light back on so its softer. On board flash (that I use atm) is pretty crude hence Im also looking for a new one. Natural light is of course better but harder to come by internally unless by a window. Shooting inside is a pain. It is generally dull and you need longer exposure which without a tripod leads to blur. A tripod is hardly appropriate for candid shots at a birthday party etc. You can increase the ISO but I know if I go over 800 the image gets too much noise. Best thing you can do I guess is have a higher ISO but not too high, plus a large aperture to let as much light in. If that still wont cut it then its either flash or a tripod. Its always about light. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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