flash photography

noun
photography using a momentary flash of artificial light as a source of illumination.
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flash photography
 
n
photography in which a flashbulb or electronic flash is used to provide momentary illumination of a dark or insufficiently lit subject

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Example sentences
Do not use flash photography or shine light directly on owls when they are
  roosting, flying, or capturing prey.
If you go to the theater, they ask you to not use flash photography, because it
  distracts.
In standard flash photography a burst of light strikes a subject, and some of
  it bounces back to the camera to create an image.
No flash photography is permitted in the hearing room.
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