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Using Reflectors and Diffusers for Macro Photography
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This next series of images is of Gooseneck Loosestrife, which we have in our yard as well. The cluster I selected to use for this series is located on the west side of our house and as a result, is in shade during the morning hours. Once again, I have used one of the Wimberley Plamps to hold the cluster still in the light breeze.

This series of photos will illustrate how to use a reflector to enhance photos of subjects that are in complete shade.

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