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Cropping photos in post-production software for secondary compositions
When it comes to post, many people also think of techniques such as changing colours, contrasts and even making the skin smoother. In fact, cropping is also an important post-production technique, and some photographers refer to it as 'secondary composition', which is not difficult in this digital age of large pixels. However, some people may ask why there is a need for secondary composition.
In fact, there are situations where this is necessary, for example, when shooting races, sports, wildlife and other fast-moving, fleeting opportunities where "getting the shot" is of paramount importance, and where exposure and composition can be slightly modified in the software. "Cropping is also an important skill in order to get a good shot in an emergency.
6. Use the flash to fill in the light
Using the Stender DF660 external flash as fill light can produce a nice eye catching light and give the environment plenty of brightness.
Flash, whether built-in or external, is a great tool, but novices often feel that using "flash photography" = "ruining the mood of the photo". The best way to use a flash is to let it blend silently into the photo, as a fill-in tool. With the intensity of the flash and the colour of the light (plus colour paper), we can create or remove shadows from the subject, and external flashes can also be used for reflective flash or daytime pressure lighting, so professional photographers should always have a flash in their backpack.