Olympus Tips & Tricks

Don't use the flash when you're at a sporting event or shooting far-away subjects, like a performer on stage at a concert. Built-in flashes typically provide light only up to six feet. When you use the flash for subjects farther than six feet away, you will end up with brightly lit or overexposed objects up close while your true subject will be left in the dark. Turn off the flash and--if you are familiar with using the ISO setting on your camera--choose ISO 400 if possible for best results.

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