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FORUMS General Gear Talk Flash and Studio Lighting 
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Light Scoops Flast Test

 
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Feb 08, 2010 19:24 |  #1

After winning a Lite-Scoop flash diffuser in a photo contest I decided to test it against 3 others (DIY) that I had already made. Different sizes & shapes.The following image is my (non-scientific) effort at seeing the differences (if any) between them. All images shown are screen shots of raws no PP'ing. All light scopps were mounted on my Canon 420ex flash turned up with the scoops pointed toward the "target". The shots were takes from hand held from a distance of about 7'-8' and the exif data has been included for each shot as well. 2 of the diffusers can be adjusted creating a "slight bowl" effect or a more pronounced bowl effect which in turn seemed to push the historgram ever so slightly more to the right than the others. But honestly outside of that, the biggest difference I can see visually is the color of the wall is not the same in every image.

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