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[ATTENTION PHOTOGRAPHERS] This Will Make You Want To Throw Away Your Strobes

I use speedlights frequently when taking portraits. One of the main reasons I like flash photography is that it allows me to darken or underexpose my background and place the light on my subjects face. This article is all about how to do that in camera.

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About Johnny Yakubik

Johnny Yakubik is the Founder- Editor- Publisher- Chief Cook and Bottle Washer at Modern Lens Magazine. He’s a professional family and portrait photographer living in Southern California. You can see some of his work at http://californiabeachphotography.com

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“This article is all about how to do that in camera.”

Bwahahahahahahahahahaha! If you absolutely have to take it into post to get the desired results it’s not done “in camera”. The technique is fine, but playing silly word games to make it seem like something it’s not really isn’t necessary. This is a combination of shooting specifically for post and then taking it into post for finishing.

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