V-Flats Subtracts Light or adds Light
Use V-Flat as Fill Light
This method is a great way to bounce back light onto your subject wheter it be fron a strobe or a window. Having a white surface this arge gives you more control of your environment.
Use V-Flat to Subtract Light
This effect is the exact oppsite of the above scenario. By having a large black surface, you can soak up unwanted light as well as add dramatic shadows to you subject.
Use V-Flat to Bounce Strobes
This is a graet way to cast very soft evenly spread light onto your subject. The large whicte surface acts as your diffuser. In addition it's a great way to light a backdrop with an even spread of light.
Use V-Flat as a Background
Placing the V-Flat behind your subject you can create a white or black backdrop depending on what side you use it on. This is most effective for headshots.