Pick the Best Flash Diffusers for Your Photography Needs

Ultra soft portrait lighting with LumiQuest flash diffusers

Softboxes and Flash Diffusers that are easy to use, carry, and ultra lightweight

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Testimonials

Love that this goes flat so I can bring it anywhere. Lighter than any softbox I've ever seen! (SoftBox III)

Florian D.

I love this kit, the gels are easy to change and the light is nice and soft. Highly recommend! (Strobist Kit)

Jeff G.

Been using them for 5 years. Nothing else quite like them. (About LumiQuest Flash Diffusers)

Lee C.

What is a flash diffuser?

Flash diffusers are devices that filter light from the source to better distribute over an area and create a softer image.  

When you take a light and add a softbox, you are making the light a larger source and generating softer edges since the light will now wrap around the subject.  The material on the front of the softbox is the diffusion material, and causes the light to distribute more evenly.  Umbrellas are also flash diffusers that work the same way, but tend to blow over very easily when used outside.

The best flash diffusers will distribute very evenly and deal with the "hot spot" that a traditional strobe creates towards the middle.  This is why all LumiQuest softboxes have an additional thicker patch in the center.

LumiQuest Blogs

Using the Award Winning LumiQuest LASTAND

Using the Award Winning LumiQuest LASTAND

LumiQuest LASTAND, a Professional Photographer Hot One for 2018, a game changing photographic tool that serves as a light stand, tripod and monopod
Micheal Alvarez on location with LumiQuest

Micheal Alvarez on location with LumiQuest

Alvarez Photography Studio On Location with LumiQuest Cover Images for BVM Magazine    It’s quite an amazing accomplishment to be invited...
In The Photographer’s Mind, On Location with LumiQuest

In The Photographer’s Mind, On Location with LumiQuest

My name is Michael Alvarez and I have been in the photography industry for a long time. This is my thought process while on location, which I try to keep pretty simple.