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Flash Photography Exposure Basics
Here's a good clip from 'Gregory Cazillo' where he teaches you flash photography exposure basics and how Shutter speed affects ambient light ONLY while ISO and aperture affect ambient light AND flash.
As Greg explains "If you want to adjust the flash change ISO, aperture, flash power or flash distance. If you only want to change the ambient light in the scene then adjust your shutter speed".
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We are most familiar with using flash in times when there is not enough light to take a good picture. Would your camera set to Auto, compensate by adjusting the shutter speed and aperture light up and give you the best exposure for your subject. It is also the most portable lighting equipment you will ever have.