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Old 07-25-2009, 07:34 AM
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Re: Shine/oil face

Sonikot, you have to know better photography first.
Direct bare pop-up flash on camera axis isn't that good, you can use it as a fill light sometimes but as a main light doesn't often do a good work.
It's more appreciable, in situation like this one, to go with available light; a fast lens and reasonably high iso do the work.
If you don't have a fast lens and good high-iso camera go with some tricks. Try to block the direct light with something, like paper hankie (open it up before, 2 layers is often enough) or a white business card placed to reflect the light up to the ceiling.
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Old 07-26-2009, 11:34 AM
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Re: Shine/oil face

Originally Posted by alshaiji View Post
Lord Voldermort
you are welcome

You are correct about step 4
Thanks Guy
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