Weekly E-letter Photo Tip Quiz 1 Answers

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 _____ .


Wall! Click here to find out why.