Dave Kennard

Dave Kennard

Posted on 06/03/2010


Photo taken on June  1, 2010


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MT-24EX diffuser test - Home-made mk. II (crop)

MT-24EX diffuser test - Home-made mk. II (crop)
A flash diffusion test using a 14-spotted ladybird (Propylea quatuordecimpunctata) as a subject, the ladybird's shiny body provides a good test of flash diffusion.

The purpose of the test was to compare diffusion methods for Canon's MT-24EX Macro Twin flash. Only one flash head was fired, with the flash head being positioned at 12 o' clock. In this image a large diffuser made with foil coated toilet roll with a round opening, fronted with a piece cut from a YongNuo External Flash Diffuser, and a piece of Lee 216 White diffusion was used.

I have posted a MT-24EX Macro Flash Diffusers comparison on my photography blog.

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