DIY: Make Your Own Flexible Flash Modifier
Some DIY projects are there to save you money, while others exist solely for the customization and personalization. This is the latter.
You're not going to save a ton of cash, since products like the FlashBender sell for around $35, but making your own flash modifier is a great way to make sure you get exactly what you want. The instructions on DIY Photography were provided by photographer Bob Jordan, who explains the process in a series of photographs.
It's a simple enough process that uses a combination of wire mesh, foam, Velcro and a few other essentials to put together a quick and easy flash mod. With it, you can bend the light to any direction you need or even wrap the modifier to use as a snoot.