Photography in the rain

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    Nice Idea, thks

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    One of the reasons why rain photography can be exciting to pursue is because of the shapes, colors and shadows you can capture whether you're an aspiring photographer or already an experienced one.

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    Using the macro mode is also an interesting way of capturing lovely photos particularly after the rain. This will help to take close-up shots of a petal or grass with tiny water droplets in sharp colors.

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    you have to need camera bag for take shoot in raining ........ Umbrella is also good idea .........

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    Flash will not cause motion blur generally because the flash, which is very bright, has a very short duration. The effective exposure speed is thus that of the flash, not the shutter, and the usual effect is the opposite. It stops motion of whatever it illuminates because its speed is higher than most shutters can achieve. If your camera allows slow sync or rear curtain flash, it is possible to achieve blur in a flashed picture, but the flash is not creating it.






 
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