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Want to diffuse the flash and add some color to your photos at the same time? This quick and dirt-cheap trick will get you there.Take pictures in hund...
this is what we'll be making today.
translucent white film canister, razor, super glue,
This is really the only thing you need to do, and its easy, cut a slot in your canister just big enough for your pop up flash to snugly fit into.
depending on the size of your gels, the length will vary. Use your glue to gently glue the lid back on with the lid slots facing out.
Seriously i haven't counted them but theres HUNDREDS, and they're 100% free. they send these out as samplesfirst off is apollo: http://www.internetapo...
Insert the gels, try to get them as far from the flash as possible as some colors may warp under the heat of the flash
take pics. Preferably of hot chicks, digg it? So these were all taken with the same setting in a mostly dark room, f3.5 1/60 sec iso400. shots outside...
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