Travel Tip of the Day: Don’t Use a Flash Shooting Out of a Window

BusDon’t Use a Flash Shooting Out of a Window
I’m no camera expert, but I do know not to use a flash when shooting photos from a plane window—or more importantly, out of a bus window on a bus tour. If you don’t know how to turn off your flash just google the make and model of your camera (or phone) and “how to turn the flash off’ and it will show you.

 

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Comments

  1. To those who are hopelessly techo-challenged, use a “no tech” solution by using a piece of masking tape to cover your camera’s flash. Just remember to remove the tape when it’s needed.

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