A&P lumiquest products?

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  1. Waddup you?

    Waddup you? OT Supporter

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    anyone have any diffusers from lumiquest? I have an sb600 and would like something to soften up the light. I was thinking a midibouncer for some impromptu portraits.
     
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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    The Quickbounce is flexible in that if you have a ceiling, you can open the window/slot and if you don't you can leave it closed for a full bounce.
     
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    are any of their light bouncers good for outdoor portraits? I guess that would be my main concern, if I could use it both indoors and out.
     
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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    For outdoors, their diffusers are better than direct flash but you're better off going with off camera lighting with an umbrella.
     
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    I have the lumiquest pocketbounce and I like it when there are no walls or ceilings to bounce off of.

    I personally think it is better than the stofen because it gives you a larger light source and sends all the light forward.

    Also, you can mount it on your flash so that u can switch from horiztonal to vertical shooting quickly
     
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    i have the Big Bounce, works pretty good
     
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    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    i have the 80-20, pocket bounce, and midi bounce. They are all awesome
     
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    out of these, which one is the most versatile? I was thinking of the promax set... :hs: or the midibounce, since you had said in another thread that you had loved it.
     

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