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Shooting in a dark stadium

When shooting in a large stadium—such as the opening ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games—using a flash is virtually useless. While many (but not all) of the tiny lights in this photo are of peoples’ flashes firing in the stands, the flashes aren’t strong enough to reach more than 10 or 15 feet in front of the spectators’ cameras. But the effect makes for a nice image of a big stadium filled with little lights in the audience!

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