Jake writes –
Making nice photographs when all you have for lighting is a bunch of tungsten shop lamps can be a real challenge. It is particularly hard to photograph polished brass under these conditions. So this weekend I set out to build a flash diffuser to improve the quality of the photography on this site.
Most of the diffuser is made with foam board and packing tape. I laid out a square 30″ inches on a side and then drew a cut line from each corner to the center of the top line. This gave me two right triangles that when taped together matched the center triangle.
How to Make a Large Flash Diffuser – Link.
6 thoughts on “HOW TO – Make a large flash diffuser”
Curse you von Slatt!!!
Nice work, actually :)
Thanks, though I kind of feel like I have to redo all of the pics on The Steampunk Workshop now.
– Jake v. S
Nutz! I messed up the URL it should be: The Steampunk Workshop .
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