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August 28, 2012

Rogue FlashBender


It's not what you think.

Wrote Roy Furchgott in Sunday's Washington Post, "A flash tends to spray harsh light somewhat indiscriminately, creating a flat image, especially if it's mounted atop a camera's hot shoe. Some pros bounce their flash off the ceiling or a cardboard reflector to reduce the harshness; the Flash Bender takes this concept a step further. The device is like a cardboard reflector, except that it has built-in bendable wire so that you can adjust it to focus the direction and shape of your light for each shot."


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Posted by: Fred | Aug 29, 2012 12:14:26 AM

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