7 Mar
The Ring Flash Adaptor gives studio quality photos in a flash

Go ahead, take a candid picture and set it to flash. Why not? Everyone loves the unforgiving light contrasts in the result, or the good ole shut-eyed grimaced snapshot that comes with your camera’s built-in flash. But just remember that when I say everyone “loves,” I actually mean “fears more than the wrath of an unforgiving God.” That’s what’s so handy about this attachment. The Ring Flash Adaptor attaches to your existing flash, and then, in a flash, without the gazillions of dollars in equipment, you’ve got pro-style photos. The ring softens the flash on the face by diffusing the glare, and keeps that eye-light through the stare, making the person in front of the camera more of a subject than a victim. It comes with a Velcro strap that will attach to most external flashes, transforming it instantly into a pro-style ring flash. The whole contraption weighs in at about a pound and a half and is yours for only $40.

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  1. Brian Gerry says:

    Interesting. I’d love to see some examples here of what it can do versus a big window and a nice piece of foam-core board.

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