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    Question Does this type of diffuser remove shadows behind insects?

    Will this type of diffuser help reduce the shadows?



    I used 420Ex for this photo.. but dun like the shadow..


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    Default Re: Does this type of diffuser remove shadows behind insects?

    No, it won't. It MIGHT soften the shadow a LITTLE.

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    Default Re: Does this type of diffuser remove shadows behind insects?

    you probably need 2 of this near the side of the lens to achieve no-shadow or little shadow

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    Default Re: Does this type of diffuser remove shadows behind insects?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    No, it won't. It MIGHT soften the shadow a LITTLE.
    Quote Originally Posted by ExplorerZ View Post
    you probably need 2 of this near the side of the lens to achieve no-shadow or little shadow
    oh i see.. thank you..
    left with MT-24Ex or 14Ex liao..

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    Default Re: Does this type of diffuser remove shadows behind insects?

    Quote Originally Posted by dRebelXT View Post
    Will this type of diffuser help reduce the shadows?

    I used 420Ex for this photo.. but dun like the shadow..
    Use a ringlight. The diffuser can only soften the shadow but cannot completely eliminate it.

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    Default Re: Does this type of diffuser remove shadows behind insects?

    If you are shooting macro, use a ring lite.
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