How to see diffraction in photos

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OP Dann-Oh Contributing Member • Posts: 840
Re: How to see diffraction in photos

thinkinginimages wrote:

What camera and flash? Onboard flash or external? It's not hard to sort out I just need details. Daylight fill in flash is always a bit of alchemy, but there's a lot written on the techniques.

I'm using the EM1-3 with the 60mm and 30mm  macros, the flash kit is the Flashpoint MF12 (its a filter ring mounted kit). The MF12 has 2 flash heads, but you can up to a total of 6 flash heads.

Link to Flashpoint MF12

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I take photos, not particularly good photos, mostly abstract photos. Yeah abstract is what I would call them, you might call them blurry.

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