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  • Jennifer Lambert

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

  • mary meyer

    Getting GREAT Indoor Photos ! Make the most of your pop up. Try diffusing the light by placing a business card between the flash and the camera at an angle...kind of like this example from DIY Photography.net:

  • Kate Jones

    Business card to diffuse pop up flash | It Works For Bobbi!: Getting GREAT Indoor Photos This Christmas!

  • Claire Guerette

    A brilliant, simple idea with great results for low light indoor shots -a business card!

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