I have used SLR cameras for 30 years and have taught classes on photography at work for my co-workers. I had a darkroom for 20 years, but now am using mostly digital cameras. I can answer questions on equipment and techniques for photography, but am not an expert on specific model numbers of cameras or accessories.
I would like to help others get started and learn about the fun of photography.
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From your attached photo, I think you mean that you see a reflection of your flash in the photo? The easiest way to remedy this is to aim the flash unit up, halfway toward the ceiling, if your flash unit
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