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DIY beauty dish

Diy flash beauty dish, best looking, well crafted, finished product & instructions I've seen.

another diy diffuser for the thrifty photographer...

another diy diffuser for the thrifty photographer. ~I never use my flash because it casts a harsh unflattering light. I pay for it with a slow shutter speed, which can cause blur if you're not perfectly still.

Awesome!

A Romantic Engagement Session with a Piano – in a Field

what a fun idea! DIY bokeh filters for your camera to add a little fun and pizzazz to your Christmas tree/light pictures =)

DIY Photography Light Studio Set Up - Pretty Handy Girl ...this one is simple + folds flat for storage.  I'd use semi-sheer fabric instead of tissue paper to reduce the risk of overheating/fire.

DIY Photography Light Studio Set Up - Pretty Handy Girl . I'd use semi-sheer fabric instead of tissue paper to reduce the risk of overheating/fire.

Dit kan je thuis zelf maken, maar voor een modellendag heb je echt wel een grotere fotostudio nodig! check studio76.nl voor de mogelijkheden!

You Only Need 5 Things to Make Your Own Home Studio * Set up near the window * Position the camera on the tripod * Use the flash as a secondary light * Make the background either interesting or inconspicuous * Fill in shadows with the bounce card

Gridspot (or grid) is a studio accessory that you can attach to your flash. When the flash fires through the grid, the spread of the light rays is limited. The effect you get is very similar to the effect achieved by a snoot, but light more controlled and really hits a small surface. You often want to use a snoot or a grid for avoiding light spillage when you are setting up you back light.   The inspiration for this article came from a strobist article that shows how to make a cardboard…

I use two sizes based on the beam spread I want. Mine have an extended piece for the top layer with velcro on the underside so it sticks/hangs from the top of my speedlights.

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