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Flash grid diffuser

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I have a 3D printer and wanted to make some grid pattern diffusers for my flashes to use with portrait shots. I noticed many of the flash diffusers have a honeycomb pattern. Is there any difference (pro/con) between using a grid diffuser that has a honeycomb pattern versus a circle pattern?

Is there anything else I should know about diffusers? I've seen a number of videos and read about them but never used one. I assume the more narrow the holes are in the diffuser are or the longer they are, the more limited the light will be. Thanks in advance!

 


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