Camera diffusers have been made from all sorts of cheap supplies before, but never have I seen one made from a Pringles can, a couple of rubber bands, paper towels and some duct tape. Voila, Steve Kushnir's photos shot with his Nikon D5000 are lit more evenly, and for heaps less than pro-diffusers normally cost.
Once You Pop You Can't Stop... Diffusing?
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