Tag Archives: diffusion


Out, damned spot!

  One of the more frustrating problems in natural light insect photography, particularly with insects with large eyes, is the large specular highlight that is created by the sun. A small catch light in the […]

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Captured by Calypso

She-who-must-be-obeyed and I had a short break in Jasper in May, and on one of our morning walks, we came across some Calypso orchids. These are small orchids with a circumpolar distribution. Each plant usually bears […]

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Nikon R1 Flash Diffusion

As Winter takes another departing swipe at us before the bug season begins in earnest, I have managed to make some simple flash diffusing  attachments for my Nikon R1 flashes.  I wanted a system that […]

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