A tip I read for point and shoot cameras. Tape a piece of tracing paper over the flash so that it makes an arc and doesn't sit flat against flash. Is supposed to diffuse the flash and help get rid of the deer in the head lights lighting. Not that you're using a point and shoot at the station(?).
Ahh. tnx. I've been using a hand held diffuser from an old macro lens kit. This is worth a try. I've also been thinking about buying one of those bracket-mounted off camera slave flashes to move the light away from the lens. It would still need a diffuser though.
Funny how macro shots bring up dust and marks you don't even notice when setting up the shot.
nope, no still stuff although i carry mine just in case. we have these semi huge $30,000 DVC video rigs for now. theyre gettin pretty old so we have blue ray hi def units and digital editors ordered. cant wait to play with those!
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