Why don't people turn their flash OFF in stadiums?

Started Apr 7, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Parishrut Pandey OP Junior Member • Posts: 43
Re: Don't you know that ....

Zone8 wrote:

Parishrut Pandey wrote: I don't understand it. The bigger the event is, the more flashes you see. It is wonderful to watch and gives a great sense of occasion, but is there a particular reason for this? Almost every camera that is taking pictures seems to flash. Isn't it useless?

... if you turn the flash off you will not be able to get a decent shot of the moon!

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We are talking of stadiums and photography of players here, which are MUCH closer than the moon. You don't need a flash for that.

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