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Flash 101

Those little pop-up flashes on DSLR’s are bad, but sometimes that’s all you have. We’ll explore how to get the most out of both the built in pop-up flash, and a basic external flash.

As always, this will be hands on, so bring your camera, and (if you have one) an external flash. Your flash, and camera manual may also be helpful to have on hand.

Cost: $10

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  • Evita

    Great group of people

    November 13, 2012

  • Dave M.

    I learned a lot as always. Mark and Ken gave a lot of good information and examples.

    November 10, 2012

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