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Shooting with your camera’s flash can sometimes produce undesirable results—harsh shadows, washed-out color, lack of details, and many of the other negative markers typically found in an overexposed photo. This kind of lighting can look both unnatural and unflattering, which is why photographers who are just starting out are advised to avoid using the flash when shooting certain subjects or scenes.

But what if there’s little to no available light to help you capture the scene you want to shoot? Does that mean you have no choice but to skip taking the photo altogether? Of course not. With a good camera that effectively handles low-light or night photography , you can simply adjust some of your camera settings (i.e., slower shutter speed, larger aperture, higher ISO, and more) to compensate for the lack of lighting. However, if you still need more light, using the built-in camera flash is still better than using nothing at all.

If you often find yourself shooting low-light scenes, it’s best to invest in an external flash unit so that you can easily take control of any low-light situation and take amazing pictures. Using an external flash can be highly effective in giving you the results you want, especially if you have the right portable light modifier to make the flash less harsh and unforgiving—like a flash diffuser, for instance.

What is a Flash Diffuser?

A flash diffuser is a simple light modifier that attaches to the upper part of an external flash unit. It’s used to soften or spread the harsh, concentrated light that bursts out of the flash, creating a more even and flattering light on the subject. It also helps remove heavy shadows created by the harshness of the strong lighting.

One of the most basic types of light diffusers is the rectangular, snap-on dome box made of white, semi-transparent plastic, which creates a diffused “bare bulb” effect. But flash diffusers come in various shapes and sizes, and each one gives you varying levels of diffusion. The larger the diffuser, the softer the light will be.

When it comes to manipulating the light from your hot shoe camera flash, there are a lot of options to choose from—knowing which one to use is a matter of what you’re photographing and the result you’re hoping to achieve. Some photographers even opt for DIY flash diffusers made from regular everyday items that can produce similar results, such as white coffee filters or small plastic food containers.

The game of volleyball, originally called “mintonette,” was invented in 1895 by William G. Morgan after the invention of basketball only four years before. Morgan, a graduate of the Springfield College of the YMCA, designed the game to be a combination of basketball, baseball, tennis, and handball.

The first volleyball net, borrowed from tennis, was only 6’6″ high (though you need to remember that the average American was shorter in the nineteenth century).

The offensive style of setting and spiking was first demonstrated in the Philippines in 1916. Over the years that followed, it became clear that standard rules were needed for tournament play, and thus the USVBA (United States Volleyball Association) was formed in 1928.

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Two years later, the first two-man beach volleyball game was played, though the professional side of the sport did not emerge until much later. Not surprisingly, the first beach volleyball association appeared in California (1965), and the professional players united under the auspices of the AVP (American Volleyball Professionals) in 1983.

During the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, American men and women took gold and silver medals in indoor volleyball competitions. Four years later at the Olympics in Korea, the men once again scored gold. Starting in 1996, two-man beach volleyball was officially introduced to the Olympics. Today, there are more than 800 million volleyball players worldwide, 46 million of them in the U.S.

In 1900, a special ball was designed for the sport.

In 1916, in the Philippines, an offensive style of passing the ball in a high trajectory to be struck by another player (the set and spike) were introduced.

In 1917, the game was changed from 21 to 15 points.

In 1920, three hits per side and back row attack rules were instituted.

In 1922, the first YMCA national championships were held in Brooklyn, NY. Twenty-seven teams from 11 states were represented.

In 1928, it became clear that tournaments and rules were needed, so the United States Volleyball Association (USVBA, now USA Volleyball) was formed. The first U.S. Open was staged, as the field was open to non-YMCA squads.

In 1930, the first two-man beach game was played.

In 1934, national volleyball referees were approved and recognized.

In 1937, at the AAU convention in Boston, action was taken to recognize the U.S. Volleyball Association as the official national governing body in the U.S.

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Loaders are transformations that are applied on the source code of a module. They allow you to pre-process files as you import or “load” them. Thus, loaders are kind of like “tasks” in other build tools, and provide a powerful way to handle front-end build steps. Loaders can transform files from a different language (like TypeScript) to JavaScript, or inline images as data URLs. Loaders even allow you to do things like import CSS files directly from your JavaScript modules!

For example, you can use loaders to tell webpack to load a CSS file or to convert TypeScript to JavaScript. To do this, you would start by installing the loaders you need:

And then instruct webpack to use the css-loader for every .css file and the ts-loader for all .ts files:

webpack.config.js

There are three ways to use loaders in your application:

module.rules allows you to specify several loaders within your webpack configuration. This is a concise way to display loaders, and helps to maintain clean code. It also offers you a full overview of each respective loader:

It's possible to specify loaders in an import statement, or any equivalent "importing" method . Separate loaders from the resource with ! . Each part is resolved relative to the current directory.

It's possible to overwrite any loaders in the configuration by prefixing the entire rule with ! .

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Loaders allow more power in the JavaScript ecosystem through preprocessing functions (loaders). Users now have more flexibility to include fine-grained logic such as compression, packaging, language translations and .

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