My partner sells a lot on eBay and she takes lots of pictures to include in the listings. She prefers to use our Canon PowerShot SX230 HS over my Nikon DSLR. It is easier to handle and much easier to operate. But the flash, like most on-camera flashes, is awful.
A typical light ring attaches to a camera around the lens to create a ‘halo’ of light. The idea is to project the light onto the subject perpendicular to the lens to reduce visible shadows. They are most often used in macro photography but are useful whenever the subject is close to the camera. They can be purchased for as little as $20 but why buy it when you can build it! Continue reading