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Light arena for insect photography

Light arena for insect photography
Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
Here you see the coiled cord of the ring flash disappearing through the slot on the blue shade, connecting the camera to the flash. This is how I use the light arena over 95% of the time.

When I have a chunk of fungus or wood that I want to photograph, however, I normally take the shade and deli container out and either use the ring flash on my camera lens as it was designed to do, or I use no flash at all since I have a stationary target.

See Lighting solutions for insect photography page in Forums section.

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