I've got some little equipment for my camera today. It's a intern flash light difusor.
Normally I'm not a huge fan of these little "gadgets" you can get for your cam.
Because when I shoot with flash light, I use my extern professional one. But it wasn't
expensive and I want to test one of this difusors, I see in photo blogs etc.
What can I say. It's easy to fit on your small flash with some hook-and-loop fastener. That's it.
Now the photos. Like we know, the intern flashlight is not really good to light up a scene, it's producing
hard shadows and brights up everything to white like skin etc.
The difusor softs the light from the flash pretty well. The shadows are less hard and the light
distribution is much better and you get a good depth of field with much natural colors.
You can't compare this with a big professional flash light, but you get a real good result for less
than 12 euros. For private parties or fast small product shoots, it's good enough.