I've grown quite accustomed to using my stroboframe when shooting candids. It lets me keep my flash in the right position when shooting vertical or horizontal.
However, my wife just bought a grip for my T2i. (My wife is just awesome!). At first I thought this would be ideal. But I'm finding that it's all wrong! The grip side of the stroboframe is on the left so I can operate the shutter with my right hand. But when I flip the camera vertical, this puts the grip button on the bottom left - exactly opposite of where it should be! I can't mount the bracket on the other side because it would block the shutter release on horizontal shots.
What does everyone else using a stroboframe and a grip do here? Do you only use one at a time and deal with the awkward position of the shutter release when shooting? Is there a grip that has the button on the other side? Or is there a stroboframe (or other) that maybe would allow me to flip the camera the opposite direction?
Since I originally posted this, I did discover this nifty looking device: http://promediagear.3dcartstores.com …ripBattery-Pack_p_30.html but I'm still curious about whatothers are doing in the same situation. Also, if anyone has this bracket I'd like their opinion on it before I go blow more on the bracket than my wife spent on the grip.