How To: Use "foofing" when shooting flash photography

Use "foofing" when shooting flash photography

How to Use "foofing" when shooting flash photography

This video is about the concept of "foofing" when shooting flash photography. For this, you need a camera with a flash that can be directionally adjusted. The process involves simply pointing the flash at either a wall or the ceiling, to avoid having the light from the flash strike the subject directly. This can create several different lighting and shadowing effects, giving photos a less "harsh" look, and also giving them a more "professional" look. The color of the wall or ceiling used will affect the photo, as well.

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