When we capture images with our camera is usual that in outdoors and natural light, our resulting photos look great, but when it comes to interiors where the only light we have is that of a few lamps, we are forced to use a tripod, a wide lens aperture to allow more light to penetrate the lens and the subject in question does not move almost at all, but as this is very difficult, we often resort to annoying flash. But understand one thing, if we take a picture, the light is the key to this, we share some methods for the light emanating from the flash be not as direct to the point of putting red eyes of the subject in question or have white spots in the pictures.
To change the flash, exist methods as softbox, a pyramid structure with metallic black structure on the inside and a white front, the tripod’s going through the middle and the flash is placed inside, so the light bounces off its and inner faces projecting from the front. Another method is the umbrella, in charge of diffusing the flash light and directional smoothly thanks to its shape. You can also diffuse light with reflectors, bowl-shaped, surrounding the shores of the flash lamp and thus addressed a very strong and light metal construction blocks at the sides luminosities. Another, very simple structure is the snoot, metal or plastic tubes which do not alter the texture l light but strong directing manner. In the picture you will notice halos. Grids is another technique, can be found in various thickness and density formats. These are placed facing the flash light texturing and mapping it, to be accommodated depending on how.
Now we just have to choose which is the tactic that most prefer.