Ok, just a quick question about strobing:
Most of the time, for directional single-flash photography (similar to paramount or loop lighting style), the flash will be off to one side, and the fill provided by a reflector near the subject-camera axis.
My question is, since the fill is usually from the subject-camera axis, can we position a reflector off to one side, and aim the flash with Omnibounce (on the hotshoe) so the light bounces off the reflector onto the subject as the key light, while the light spreading from the diffuser acts as fill light from the camera-subject axis.
If feasible with quality results, this method may be easier for a lone photographer with no assistant, as he just needs to hold a single reflector off to one side, instead of flash AND reflector at two different angles.
Hope you guys understand what I'm trying to say...