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electronic flash

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(Photography) photog an electronic device for producing a very bright flash of light by means of an electric discharge in a gas-filled tube
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In this mode, she effortlessly takes us from explosive magnesium and its alternative 'photogen', through the progressive advances from flashbulb to flashcube to electronic flash. I, for one, was very glad to get such a lucid explanation of red-eye in humans and blue-eye in cats and dogs (p263).
He describes quickstart information on exposure, autofocus, and other controls, as well as a roadmap to the camera's components, how and when to use it, and recommended settings; how to use tools like exposure, autofocus, HDR (high dynamic range), advanced techniques, and working with lenses; how to work with light, including electronic flash and using the Nikon Creative Lighting System's wireless/multiple flash modes; shooting, custom, and setup options; movie-making with the D10; and accessories, lenses, software tools, and troubleshooting and prevention.
The Duck mascot, the cheerleaders, the band and the game itself were overwhelmed by electronic flash and glitz.
He begins with a quick start guide to choosing modes, other settings, reviewing images, using the flash, and transferring photos to a computer, then provides a roadmap to the components and details recommended settings, exposure, autofocus, advanced techniques like long and delayed exposures and infrared photography, lenses, light, the electronic flash, wireless and multiple flash, the various menus, Live View, and shooting movies, with appendices on initial setup, the basics of using lenses, software tools, and troubleshooting and prevention.
While photographing, I never see these colors; when I touch the camera's trigger, the electronic flash blooms and dies in less than 1/2500th of a second.
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT offers an in-depth guide for digital photographers and packs in details on how to choose the right equipment, accessories, and electronic flash systems.
By identifying the weaknesses of each photographer--be it technical miscues such as the incorrect placement of electronic flash units, or people oriented as with flawed team posing--the results will enable company trainers to zero in on any specific area of a photographer's performance and make immediate corrections.
Action, sports and wildlife photography are more recent genres, made possible by advances in technology: electronic flash, faster shutter speeds and more sensitive films and image sensors.
Epcos has added capacitors to its Series B43415 (solder pin) and B43416 (snap-in) for electronic flash units.
He was the first to use electronic flash in medical photography and the first to photograph living cells using the Zeiss Phase Microscope.
(www.transparent.com) has launched Before You Know It, a language-learning program that uses electronic flash cards to help users easily and effectively master essential vocabulary and vital phrases in Spanish, French, Italian and German.

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