Frankly ... I don’t like flash in photography, but I need to take a photo of news paper article within a short distance using my compact digital camera, here I need to use flash. But if i fire flash alone (Direct Flash), image will be over exposure, so I have to use filter , I used Frosted glass material in front of the flash to reduce amount of flash exposure.

While going on this experiment, I used different colored filters, oh really amazing. I got creative, rich color photographs without using any photo editing software.

By changing different colored filters, finally I came to know that, in photography instead of white flash light, green (Pastel Green) color will give more realistic image .  

Just checkout this...
This is really cool, been a professional photog for years and some of those effects you created, sometimes takes alot of money in special equip to do, and you did it for cheap. Again great job!
:-) thank u....
That's a really fun idea. I've heard of people doing this at night to create really interesting "filters" when photographing plants. Cool stuff. <br />
Thank uuuuu. zaz

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