DIY dish beauty simple with 10$

Step 1: Dimensioning Flash

Step 2: Cutting and Welding

Step 3: White and Black Painting

Step 4: Finish

When I saw this I immediately thought of the lighted mirrors for applying makeup. Then there was no mirror, and it is a great diy.
<p>Great idea! I understand each step for the most part. A detailed 'what you will need' list would be helpful. Got overwhelmed at having to do the welding. For those who have a workshop set up and some good experience, text/detailed instructions may not be necessary. However, for novices like myself, it really is helpful.</p>
<p>I like this visual instructable. No need for text really, pretty straight forward, which I believe the author was going for. If you're browsing this site, you shouldn't need instructions on this simple apparatus ;)</p>
<p>I have no idea what that is.</p><p>Just pictures, without words describing what is going on, are useless. </p><p>The pictures are excellent though.</p>
What is this?
<p>a beauty dish </p><p><a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beauty_dish" rel="nofollow">https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beauty_dish</a></p>
<p>Really could use some notes, like required materials, where you got them, what flash you were using, etc.</p><p>Thanks.</p>
Thank you for a great example of an Instructible done with pictures and practically no text. <br><br>Also a good project for a photographer who needs a fill flash without buying expensive equipment. Great for shooting portraits or products.

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