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Make a DIY flash bounceFind out how to lighten the load in your camera bag and improve your dSLR photos with this handy tip.
-- -- are great cameras for taking high quality photos and videos but carrying it around can be able to half full not to mention after carrying around your extra classes while. If you -- pack light even if at home might be your best option. Today I am going to show -- how to get great results you -- cameras internal flash and this time. -- probably found that the internal flash and your camera comes in handy when shooting indoors or in low light. The can sometimes be too hard on your subject and results in red -- He's a flash found that allows -- can be like the light of the class a ports of spreading it around agreement -- things in better. For example when I -- -- -- using just the -- by itself you can see how -- face is nice and bright. Maybe a little to break but the background files off to darkness and looks pretty murky. Now when I add the -- card and take a shot. He still looks good but not everything -- -- the -- is more evenly lit and natural looking and much more appealing in my opinion. They're currently -- -- work for your camera but something when you can make a -- District works for most popular DS light cameras like the Canon rebels and select Nikon models as they have exposed -- -- -- To make your around any standard -- white business card will -- To get started pop up the internal lessen your camera is usually -- button on -- that'll give. Then take the business card. And click the shutter side against the hinges of the flash you -- -- press hard nothing get in its on the bottom of the card. Now take a parent says there's and make sure -- about it inches long where -- and entire. That's why the card in between the hand is of the camera. I recommend placing it out of 45 degree angle -- can experiment with angle when you're taking. That's -- -- -- it to start noticing a difference and if that is readily. Best of all is that this picked up a lot less basement. For more tips like this get a how -- dot cnet.com. For CNET I'm mark.