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Old Dec 19, 2005, 6:45 AM   #11
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Until you get a "bounce-able" flash (with tilting head), try just putting a mirror in front of the flash at about a 45-degree angle (maybe a little less) to reflect the flash upward. Try a few shots with the mirror at different angles and see what you get.
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Old Dec 19, 2005, 6:57 AM   #12
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Tom LaPrise wrote:
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Until you get a "bounce-able" flash (with tilting head), try just putting a mirror in front of the flash at about a 45-degree angle (maybe a little less) to reflect the flash upward. Try a few shots with the mirror at different angles and see what you get.
Good idea!. I will do it and I´ll show you what happend.
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