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Light Diffuser Photography

Finding the right diffuser…

The Neewer Light Diffuser is the one I own, for the price ($16.51) it can’t be beat! Here are a few of the ways I use mine.

When doing food photography I use it in the window. Set it in the window when the sun is coming directly in, the diffusers does exactly what it’s suppose to do creating beaufiful even light.

When I am doing a still shot of something in the house I will use the white reflective side to bounce light back on my subject.

The diffusers good for portraits outside when the sun is too bright. Since the diamoter of this diffuser is pretty large you can always get your subject within the diffused light.

If shooting portraits and I need a little more light on the face use you use the gold, silver or white dependning on what you like.

The nifty part of the whole thing is it folds up easy and small.

If you have a question don’t hesitate to email me would love to help you out!

Product Official Description:

This 5 in 1 collapsible reflector disc Comes with translucent, silver, gold, white, and black five most popular surfaces. Packs into a zip packet. Folds into 12″ carry pouch for easy to carry, durable and flexible steel spring frame insures easy spreading and closing. This reflector fits any standard reflector holders.

Whats in the box
5 in 1 Collapsible Circular Reflector Kit 110cm
BAG

Function:
1) Translucent surface for softening
2) Silver for the contrast you look for
3) Gold for warm tone and health
4) White to fill the shadow
5) Black to block out stray light

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One Response to “Light Diffuser Photography”

  1. Simple… effective!

    Posted by Hangar 217 | October 7, 2012, 12:59 am

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