DIY GARY FONG LIGHTSPHERE PDF

The softness of light produced by a flash is controlled by the size of the light source. The larger the light source is, the softer the light. This is why you see photographers shooting a flash through an umbrella. The umbrella spreads out the light and produces a softer quality of light on the model. There are times when umbrellas, softboxes, and the like are too cumbersome. For example, when shooting a wedding reception I generally keep the flash mounted on the camera so I can get some quick shots moving around the event.

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Photographer Allen Mowery made a yet another simple Lightsphere from some stuff he found around the house Velcro and bubble wrap vinyl drawer liner. As the comparison above shows, the results are as good as the original thing.

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DIY Gary Fong Lightsphere

I did try this and it really does compare to LS2 which I have used so far. This one is a lot lighter and tucks away nicely into my camera bag. I own 2 Fong products and love them totally. To come on here and place a thread that includes Gary's name irritates me. I think Gary deserves every cent he receives for his products for intellectual property alone, It seems alot of people are trying to copy his success

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Gary Fong has become a de-facto standard for speed light diffusion. The accessories made by Gary include the famous Lightsphere and lots of other small flash improvements. I have tried to make some flash modifiers in the past, like a flash mounted softbox or an improvised beauty dish. Zond is following this approach with a Lightsphere solution. Zond2 came up with a small and cheap flash application that mimics the lightsphere effect. The materials: A soda bottle, some foam cardboard and a starbucks latte cap. Any other fine creamed beverage will do.

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Photographer Allen Mowery made a yet another simple Lightsphere from some stuff he found around the house Velcro and bubble wrap vinyl drawer liner. As the comparison above shows, the results are as good as the original thing. The oh-so-simple how to video after the jump. Udi Tirosh is the Founder and Editor in Chief of DIYPhotography, he is also a photographer, a relentless entrepreneur, a prolific inventor and a dad, not necessarily in that order. Dunja Djudjic is a writer and photographer from Novi Sad, Serbia. You can see her work on Flickr , Behance and her Facebook page.

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My name is Artur Gajewski and I'm the guy who never buys a fancy looking flash diffusers because I realized I could make one myself for the fraction of the cost of the original. Anyway, there are many types of diffusers and bouncers available for your external flash but many of them do just one thing or are too bulky or heavy. Some of them are hard to install to flash and some are so big they need special place in your camera bag in order to carry it with you. I have tested bubble-plastic wraps, plastic milk bottles, anything I could think of that would diffuse my flash light.

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