The One Thing You Might Be Doing Wrong When You Fly

Flying tip

If you've ever flown on a plane, you're familiar with that groggy feeling that follows once you land. Your legs are wobbly, your stomach is churning, and you might even have a headache. Thousands of miles from home, you feel the opposite of refreshed. I recently took two trips in the same month, flying back and forth both times. The first trip was irritated by the long-lasting effects of flying. I was groggy and grouchy in the days following my flight. Continue Reading

DIY Flash Diffuser From an Airsickness Bag.

Hate the In-The-Cave look of flash photography? The answer lies in the airline Barf Bag. “Yes, that’s right… Those cute lil’ white plastic bags that the airlines
keep tucked away in the back of every seat are absolutely perfect for
diffusing the harsh beam of a direct flash. Just one barf bag (a/k/a:
“flight discomfort bag”) stuck onto the top of a flash head will mellow
out the light dramatically — especially for more “close in” sort of
work — and the way that light gets sprayed in all directions can really
help in raising the overall brightness of a room and background.” Continue Reading