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Great How-To on PowerSnoot from Oz

This technique uses a combination of camera settings and a snoot light modifier to create an interesting lighting effect that can be likened to studio portraiture. In this demonstration we take a port...

Simulating A Sunset with the AmberDome

Gary Fong demonstrates how to achieve a “sunset” look with on-camera direct flash with a Gary Fong Lightsphere with Amberdome

Dramatic Glass Block Wall – PowerSnoot

This is an indoor shoot using the Gary Fong PowerSnoot on a Nikon SB700 in remote mode, camera on manual mode in a variety of shutter speeds. Taken in the historic Sydney Convention Center, Australia ...

The Gary Fong PowerGrid Attachment

This is a demonstration of the Gary Fong PowerGrid, an attachment which fits on top of your Lightsphere (LS2/Universal/Collapsible) and gives spectacular, dramatic effects. The Camera is a Nikon 3100 ...

For Photographers Who Fly (or shoot weddings, or…)

The GearGuard is a new a series of camera and equipment security devices that provide photographers with a theft prevention system for their gear. The flagship products in this new line include the Ge...

Shooting daylight interiors with Fill Flash

Gary Fong shows how to use fill-flash to mix interior lighting with bright windows. Equipment used: Sony a230 with a Sony flash, 11-18mm lens. Camera setting, “AUTO”, flash on TTL. ISO 200...

New Puffer PLUS For Pop-Up Flash Photography

This is a quick, non-narrative product description for the new Gary Fong Puffer PLUS pop-up flash diffuser.

The PowerSnoot on Camera with Telephoto Lens

This is a demonstration of using the GARY FONG POWERSNOOT™ directly on-camera with a speedlight. This enables you to reach far distances with your simple on-camera flash. Examples: Canon 430ex(and II)...

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