In previous tips, we’ve discussed using your flash. There are occasions, however, where using a flash ruins the mood of the event you are photographing.
Why? A flash tends to create harsh subjects and will ruin any natural mood.
So, rather than using the flash whenever your camera tells you to, use available light whenever possible. In a dark situation, it’s often better to open the shutter for longer to let in more light, or turn on existing lights to illuminate the room than to use the flash.
In daytime and when your subject is inside and near a window, have them face the light and position the camera between the window and your subject. This will allow the sunlight to light your image fully.