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DIY Gary Fong Lightsphere

DIY Gary Fong Lightsphere with bubble wrap envelopes

DIY Flash Diffuser for Built-in Pup up Flashes #Tutorial #flashdiffuser #photography101

DIY Flash Diffuser for Built-in Pup up Flashes

Ok I already have a gary fong but this is awesome and low profile- smarty pants!    "Reduce, Reuse, Diffuse: Learn How to Make Your Own Flash Diffuser from an Old Film Container"

Who has an old film canister? Reduce, Reuse, Diffuse: Learn How to Make Your Own Flash Diffuser from an Old Film Container

5 Photography Hacks You MUST Try

5 Photography Hacks You MUST Try

5 Photography Hacks You MUST Try. Photography tricks to save you money, DIY photography hacks, DIY photography

diy photography lighting, backdrops, product photography

Photography Equipment Ideas

Do-It-Yourself photography lighting, backdrops, product photography.

DIY Flash diffuser with very detailed instructions on construction and use.

DIY Flash diffuser with very detailed instructions on construction and use.

DIY Lighting Hacks for Digital Photographers

DIY Lighting Hacks for Digital Photographers

Camera- business card: have to try this trick.How to use a business card to bounce light up to create a nice overall illumination, while some of the light penetrates directly through the card, disperses and lights the subject from the front.

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5 Photography Hacks You MUST Try

5 Photography Hacks You MUST Try. Photography tricks to save you money, DIY photography hacks, DIY photography

Some companies will try to sell you expensive waterproof housing for your camera, but did you know you can defend your camera against the elements using nothing more advanced than a bin liner (1)?

DIY novice photography accessories: diffuser for your camera flash, tripod, etc.

whaaaa??!? :: How to Turn a Styrofoam Bowl into a DIY Beauty Dish for Your Camera's Flash « Photography

How to Turn a Styrofoam Bowl into a DIY Beauty Dish for Your Camera's Flash

Kirsty Wiseman Photography - Wigan and North West: DIY Beauty Dish - for using 2 styrofoam bowls, foil, and toothpicks!

DIY pop up flash diffuser using coffee filter

Easy Diy Camera Flash Diffuser

Easy Diy Camera Flash Diffuser from a coffee filter

A built in flash diffuser. Cardboard, cardstock, glue, parchment paper and a pattern {FREE PRINTABLE}. A great-low cost help to improve your photos!  http://titicrafty.blogspot.com.es/2013/03/diy-difusor-de-flash-incorporado-built.html

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A built in flash diffuser. Cardboard, cardstock, glue, parchment paper and a pattern {FREE PRINTABLE}.

Two great DIY flash diffusers  made from a single milk jug- one for on-camera flash, one for a slave flash.

Two great DIY flash diffusers made from a single milk jug- one for on-camera flash, one for a slave flash. Tried this tonight works great. Used a bit of painters tape to hold it in place.

DIY and hacks for photography. 1. All you need is a white business card and a pair of scissors (knife, sharp edge, nail etc). Make two cuts on the other end of the card and install it to the metallic hinges of the integrated flash. You might even consider an angle near 45 degrees. :)

DIY Lighting Hacks for Digital Photographers

have to try this trick.How to use a business card to bounce light up to create a nice overall illumination, while some of the light penetrates directly through the card, disperses and lights the subject from the front.

How to make a simple flash diffuser

How to Make a Simple Flash Diffuser for FREE! Use the bottom of a rubbing alcohol bottle

I've created this DIY flash diffuser that helps A LOT when taking photos with little light! So your phots don't get damaged when using your built-in flash.

I've created this DIY flash diffuser that helps A LOT when taking photos with little light! So your phots don't get damaged when using your built-in flash.