which diffuser to get?


Jun 8, 2006
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As above

so that the flash won't hit the object directly?

pls advice

thank you :D

is there such thing like special diffuser for special object?>
 

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sinned79

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is external flash better?

i did some read out here
http://www.digital-slr-guide.com/flash-diffusers-and-reflectors.html

i realise there is thing like pop-up flash diffuser
http://www.pufengco.com/soft-pop-up...ax-on-camera-flashes-with-white-blue-screens/

is this good enough?

external flash gives u more ability like bouncing the flash light from the ceiling then just purely head on on your subject.

u can get a pop up diffuser for a start.
 

Jun 8, 2006
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external flash gives u more ability like bouncing the flash light from the ceiling then just purely head on on your subject.

u can get a pop up diffuser for a start.
how about places

whereby the ceiling is very high?
 

mimik07

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You can actually DIY. I made one myself for my 580EX II, working pretty well. :D
 

sinned79

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#8
how about places

whereby the ceiling is very high?
your pop up flash dun work. Cos u can only head on.

You will need very powerful flash like 580exII... but if the ceiling is very high... then maybe also no use.

Anyway i am still learning flash. :)
 

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i think an external flash is a worthwhile investment compared to the built-in one. go for it! ;)
 

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