Ring flash attachment?


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happyfrog

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May I know if any of you guys are using this?





How is it?
 

catchlights

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so only can shoot in portrait mode? and has to use left eye only?

what if want to shoot landscape mode, photographer need to open the mouth to let the metal lid go inside his mouth else eye can't reach the viewfinder?
 

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so only can shoot in portrait mode? and has to use left eye only?

what if want to shoot landscape mode, photographer need to open the mouth to let the metal lid go inside his mouth else eye can't reach the viewfinder?
Haha catchlights, you can hold the lid in your mouth to give extra support to the camera ;)
 

happyfrog

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so only can shoot in portrait mode? and has to use left eye only?

what if want to shoot landscape mode, photographer need to open the mouth to let the metal lid go inside his mouth else eye can't reach the viewfinder?
nice observation

http://strobist.blogspot.com/2009/10/ray-flash-vs-orbis-vs-alienbees-abr800.html

this ought to give you some insights on the 2 popular ring-flash attachments plus a proper studio ringflash thrown in for comparison..
thanks.

yeah i have to agree with catchlights... the ray flash (http://www.artworkfoto.com/flash_accessories.html) looks much more comfortable in the chin department haha
the rayflash looks a bit filmsy tho
 

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