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  • Polly Dubose

    My husband did this last week and it worked perfectly! Original Post: How to use a business card to bounce light up to create a nice overall illumination, while some of the light penetrates directly through the card, disperses and lights the subject from the front.

  • Jennifer Lambert

    easy photography tip for indoor pics: use a business card or index card to deflect the flash

  • Jennifer Key

    get great indoor photos tutorial - great idea with the index card!

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