Flash L-bracket help

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  1. SLR_GUY

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    I'll be photographing a Relatives Wedding in October. I was pondering whether I should get an L-bracket. What are some advantages to having an L-bracket mounted?
     
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    They get the flash away form the lens. This will help avoid red-eye and will give your pictures a little more depth.
     
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    I'm about to order my L-bracket here shortly. Shooting my first wedding oct 9.
     
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