How many of you use Flash Brackets to shoot a wedding ? Flash Bracket are great, because they prevent red-eye and they soften the shadows. The main problem with them is when you have to turn the camera from Horizontal to Vertical. Some Flash brackets like the one I own https://www.amazon.com/Custom-Brackets-CB-Rotating-Bracket/dp/B000N29X08 allow you to center the flash over the camera in a Vertical position. Some more expensive Flash brackets, let you turn the entire camera while the flash unit sits centered on top. Some flash brackets the cheaper ones when you turn the flash to the Vertical position the flash sticks out to the right/left side of the camera which can cause harsh shadows to the sides of your subject. I really love my CB Junior, because its easy to use and centers the flash on top no matter whether I'm shooting vertically or horizontally. However, one thing I did not notice until I shot an entire wedding a few weeks ago is that the constant changing from horizontal to vertical puts a lot of strain on the off-the-shoe sync cord. What winds up happening is that you start losing some contact with weird results, or you lose all contact and the flash does not fire at all ! I went through 2 Canon cords https://www.amazon.com/Canon-OC-E3-Camera-Shoe-Cord/dp/B000NSL4QS , they both failed on me after a while. These are not the cheap clones you see selling on eBay, but genuine OEM Canon cords ! This caused me to miss an important set of shots like the Bride and Father walking to the Altar. Lucky for me, my partner managed to fill in and capture some of those shots. He recommended that I not use the Flash Brackets at all, because he had the same problem with them. He said I should purchase a Gary Fong to minimize shadows and/or just use a Sto-Fen Omni-Bounce. I have a couple of Sto-Fens, but I don't really want to look like the Man-from-Mars with the Gary Fong. Has anybody here used the Gary Fong and how good do they work at weddings ?