David,

If you're considering an umbrella for your flash, a simple search for "flash umbrella" will turn up lots of sources and tips.


Hope this helps.

Rick


On 8/21/2016 12:40 AM, Rick Strong wrote:
As mentioned by others, try to soften and diffuse your flash. Even a piece of white paper or a handkerchief in front of the flash will help. lumiquest.com may have something you can use.

Rick

-----Original Message----- From: David Holland
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Subject: [Gimp-user] Remove shine

I take photos of wildlife and with beetles I have a lot of reflection, is there an easy to remove this?
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