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Using flash is obviously essential at night and in low light. If used correctly, it should be virtually impossible to distinguish between a photo taken with flash and one taken with natural light. This photo of a dipteran feeding on stinkhorn fungus was taken using flash at La Selva Research Station, Costa Rica. f/8, 1/125th, flash. Photo by Jeremy Squire.

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