Why use a camera's "Forced Flash"?

spectr17

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This pic is off CamTrakker's 2001 pic contest website. It's a great example of why you might want to consider using the camera's "forced flash" setting to make sure every pic has the enough light for the pic. In shady areas or on overcast days you will get shadows or dark faces that would have been so much better with a little lighting.

 



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I aggree!  On all my cams that offer the option, I use the forced flash just to make sure.  Yet to have it cause a noticably washed out pic in the day.

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I thought only gray foxes climbed trees, that looks like a red ?

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I think it's a grey, looks like the one I shot a couple years ago and had mounted. Around here the grey's can have quite a bit of red on them. It doesn't have a white tip on the tail, or the black socks. It's a pretty nice pic, either way.

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