howto

    Prev Next

    Hello fellow DIYers! Thank you for your time in visiting my posts

    Im new to all these photography with small speedlights, and i must say it gets addicting!

    So for the materials i used:

    Black Plastic Folders - addicting to use for DIYS, cmon they look slick! and they're black! you can mostly find them in your nearest office supplies stores

    White or Frosted Plastic Folders - found these to be vital, they give a pretty even diffusion too! you can mostly find them in your nearest office supplies stores

    Disposable Silver Sink Padding - or if you cant find those you can simply use any foil or silver reflective material

    Double Sided Tape Adhesive - works wonders! leaves it looking clean and slick!

    black rubber foam - I taped these around the tunnel where my flash head goes, i dont like sticking anything to my rare sb800 so these things keep em in a snuggly and comfy fit. but if you're a velcro fan you can easily substitute it with velcro.

    My entry for a DIY Softbox Contest!

    DIY SOFTBOX 8x8 SHOT

    www.flickr.com/photos/yeahenzo/sets/72157627005547960/

    DIY SOFTBOX 8x8 SAMPLE SHOTS

    www.flickr.com/photos/yeahenzo/sets/72157626881072137/

    jesusscc, Pete Prodoehl, Sinastir, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Shu Yang C 34 months ago | reply

      nice.. will give it a try :D

    2. MP00 26 months ago | reply

      Wow very nice clean work. Thanks for sharing

    3. Venura Herath 20 months ago | reply

      Awesome design! would you mind sharing the dimensions used for this . I would love to make one!
      Cheers!

    4. Digit_AL 9 months ago | reply

      Niice!! I've been meaning to do this for some time now. You don't happen to have a youtube video showing the process do you?

    5. WiggzMedia 9 months ago | reply

      nice... Please share instructions

    keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts