Why can't we have a twin-head flash.

Started Sep 20, 2005 | Discussions thread
Higuma Veteran Member • Posts: 4,418
Pictures for you Ray

Here you go Ray... Card is cut from a Kodak Gray Card ( dual purpose ) and you may notice that the velcro (from \100 shop) is situated so that the Stofen can still be placed on without interference from the tape OR....

The Stofen can be used in conjunction with the deflector as well...

ON top of that I sometimes flip the WA diffuser down in combination with the card as well...

Nice thing is that the card attaches to the wall of my LowePro and NEVER comes loose or gets damaged.. To go without saying it is also a useful gray card...

One more thing - if you are shooting in a office or something that has a low ceiling with ceiling tiles - sometimes the exposure gets a bit fooled by the overexposed ceiling tiles when the flash fires - - simple solution - leave the card on and use the flash straight forward (non bounced position) and the card will shade / under illuminate the ceiling and bounce a lot of nice diffused light down onto the audience / floor area which is usually darker than the surroundings... Neet huh...

As always the important thing is to play around and see what works for you on a consistent basis...

Cheers...

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