Capturing Mixed Lighting With Off-Camera Flash 

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Capturing Mixed Lighting With Off-Camera Flash 

Let’s look at two common mixed-lighting environments: a bride posed in a room during the getting-ready scenes and a formal ceremony shot.

Weddings require shooting in all kinds of lighting conditions throughout the day. Whether it’s a bride and groom getting ready or ceremony and reception shots, the trick to keeping your ISO lower and shutter speeds faster is bringing in as much light as possible into the frame. This requires all the artificial lighting available and/or a camera flash to fill in the subject.

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