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    phil62
    phil62  3 United Kingdom
    29 Oct 2011 - 11:28 PM

    can anybody recommend a solid bounce flash deffuser for a jessops 360 afd

    redards
    phil

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    nickthompson
    30 Oct 2011 - 12:31 PM

    Go to abetterbouncecard.com and then make your own.
    Nick

    duratorque
    duratorque  11413 forum posts United Kingdom
    31 Oct 2011 - 9:58 AM

    I made my own using a piece of white plastic from food packaging and velcro. No need to spend money.

    MeanGreeny
    31 Oct 2011 - 10:54 AM


    Quote: I made my own using a piece of white plastic from food packaging and velcro. No need to spend money.

    How did you test for the colour shift ?

    MrGoatsmilk
    31 Oct 2011 - 10:59 AM


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    How did you test for the colour shift ?

    Do you need to do that in RAW? Reason I ask is I have one in my bag thick white plastic and elastic bands to hold it on (velcro is for the MkII upgrade I plan). It has not been used yet.

    How do you test for colour shift if you bounce from a wall or ceiling etc?


    Thanks

    Stu

    MeanGreeny
    31 Oct 2011 - 11:23 AM

    I guess the answer is the usual one - carry a card with known white or grey on them and take a picture of it.

    The colour shift straight from the diffused flash is something you can record and keep forever. Coloured walls and ceilings at each [different] location will need a picture at the time.

    Lighting is Easy

    duratorque
    duratorque  11413 forum posts United Kingdom
    31 Oct 2011 - 2:55 PM

    When shooting indoor, I normally set a custom white balance without flash first. Then I gel the flash to give the correct colour for subject within range of the flash. This way I do not get orange colour shift for subject out of range of flash.

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