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This last shot is leaps and bounds better than the first with just the built-in flash, and is noticeably better than the best I was able to do in this setting with a bounce off the wall. Edited by kgreggbruce member 7 years ago. The reason I used his name and his product is to clearly indicate that you can DIY a similar product that replaces his for a fraction of a cost and weight, not to mention space in your camera bag.
Wow, never imagined how much my DIY tutorial would get attention on the internet. And this is similar to LS with a different design. When looking for a diffuser for my flash, I quickly found the Fong Lightsphere and was impressed with the quality of the photos it produced — and decided to buy one.
Both are widely available. Spreading the light and making the siy source surface area larger.
How do I do it? I saw a blog post that using a plastic milk jug beat the fong.
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Thanks, and good luck! You can find out more about John on his website and follow his adventures on YouTube and Facebook. All forums Studio and Lighting Technique Change forum. JP can change a lens mid-rappel, swap a memory card while treading water, or use a camel as lightspheere light stand.
Learning to anticipate what it will do with the light from lightspherf flash is an exercise left for the reader. No warranty whatsoever is given and no liability whatsoever is accepted for any loss howsoever arising whether directly or indirectly as a result of actions taken based on ideas and information found in this blog.
DIY Gary Fong Lightsphere
Now for an example that uses the above effect for better results lightspherr a typical bounce flash:. Anyone else tried this one? Is it enough of a refresh to keep up with the times? Find out what’s new and notable about the Z6 in our First Impressions Review.
Copyrights Please drop by when you are free, my dear friend So, jonesing to see some results? These 2 images illustrate how using a diffuser can be the wrong choice sometimes. ciy
Find my work on My ligutsphere or follow me on Facebook or My page. When reality you can get the same results if used properly.
The differences between libhtsphere 2 shots are very subtle, but come down to using the right combination of the light bouncing off the ceiling and the light coming out the face of the diffuser. It may not be a replacement for a DSLR, but it can complement one well for some uses.
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Your email address will not be published. Being unwilling to cough out 90 bucks for an original Gary Fong Lightsphere, nor 45 bucks for an imitation product, I DIY one for myself, using some cheap and easily available materials. These entry level cameras should be easy to use, offer good image quality and easily connect with a smartphone for sharing.
Bounced off the ceiling at about a 20 degree angle.
How many layers of tissue paper depends on how much light you want to let through. Photographer Allen Mowery made a yet another simple Lightsphere from some stuff he found around the house Velcro and bubble wrap vinyl drawer liner.
A quick word about the velcro: As far as what to buy, there are really only 2 things: