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    use of flash with underexposed backgrounds. Cool with a stormy sky. Or maybe it's post production...oh photoshop, you're such a tease

    Nice article on photographing portraits with a dreamy atmosphere, covering the post processing of one specific image as well as more general tips and examples. Note particularly how all the images are with the sun behind / to the side of the subject.

    To light a foreground portrait subject against a setting sun, put a hot shoe flash inside an umbrella-style softbox (A) and warmed up its output with a polarized filter, assistant suspended the Softbox above the subject using a monopod (B) as a boom. Posed the child to block the setting sun using an interchangeable camera with a 17–40mm f/4L EF zoom at its 35mm setting. Fired the flash for an overall exposure of 1/180 sec at f/13, ISO 100. Boom panes!

    Flash Photography Basics: A Crash Course (Free)

    lighting

    wedding in the rain

    Simple Off-Camera Flash Techniques for Stunning Photos!

    10 family portrait photography mistakes every photographer makes at the holidays | Digital Camera World

    Flash Photography Tips

    flying photos - what a great idea!

    8 flash photography mistakes every photographer makes

    This is good to know....much more informative than the user manual I think. Shooting with a speed lite

    It's a long exposure shot. All they had to do was stand there very still and someone else ran around them with a sparkler

    The Basics of Photography: F for Flash

    tips for shooting after dark.

    Wedding Photography

    precious engagement photo!

    the same image is used but the effect has changed from normal to black and white they might have done this to change the view on the image or the the image to look more interesting

    night photography tips

    7 Tips for Tack Sharp Photos. This is the #1 mistake I see from my photography students.

    How to use Fill Flash