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The OctoDome®: Large has a unique, 8-sided shape and narrow profile that give you big box light spread in a space-saving soft box.
‘Headshot’ En LocaciónFROM LITE LESSONS: Thursday August 24, 2017 Equipo Utilizado: Cámara: Canon 5D Mark IVLente: EF 85mm 1.2L IIFlash: Dos Cheetah 360XModificadores: Dos Photoflex Octodome Small 3’Metro de Luz: Sekonic L-358Tripiés: Impact 10’ Air CushionUn retrato para negocio debe reflejar el mismo estandar de excelencia que la su organización a la que representa desea alcanzar. Por esa razón en bien importante promover en nuestros clientes la importancia de un retrato de negocio de calidad (headshot portrait). Ya sea en en lugar de trabajo de nuestro cliente como en nuestro…
August 24, 2017
Lighting an Alaskan Ultra Runner OutdoorsFROM LITE LESSONS: Thursday September 1, 2016 Outdoor photographers know that the best light can sometimes be the most challenging to work with. If you have strong light falling on your background, your subject often ends up in shadow. One way to get around this is to use supplemental lighting gear, and with the portability of lightweight battery powered strobes like the Photoflex TritonFlash™, you can make a huge difference in your shots without burdening yourself with lots of heavy gear.In this lesson, Alaskan adventure photographer Dan Bailey…
September 1, 2016
Head & Shoulders Portrait with Compact Lighting and ReflectorsFROM LITE LESSONS: Wednesday June 27, 2012 A frequent assignment for a portrait photographer is the headshot, or head-and-shoulders shot, for a model or a businessperson's portfolio. This lesson illustrates a few tips about lighting for this particular situation with a compact main light setup and a reflector fill. Topics Covered: The Background A Simple, Multi-Light Setup Finding The Flattering Light Increasing Contrast Adding A Hairlight A Switch To More Traditional Lighting The Dramatic Portrait Study The Background Before our subject arrived for this photo shoot, we prepared…
June 27, 2012
An After School PortraitFROM LITE LESSONS: Monday October 7, 2013 Now that the kids are back in school again, what better way to get great indoor portraits of your young student than with the Photoflex First Studio Portrait Kit. With this affordable, easy-to-use lighting kit and a little know-how, you'll be able to come away with some truly captivating images. This lesson illustrates some basic lighting techniques you can use to capture images of loved ones that you'll treasure for years to come. Topics Covered: Coming Up with a Portrait Theme…
October 7, 2013
Seasoned Beauty Lighting, Italian Style!FROM LITE LESSONS: Thursday May 30, 2013 My Approach This may sound strange, but when I photograph a person or an object, I often feel like a chef preparing a special meal. As with salt and pepper, I regard my lighting modifiers as essential to creating the “seasoning” of my photographs. You just need to know where to use it and how much to apply. I like to experiment off of established lighting setups, like Rembrandt lighting and Butterfly lighting, and then add my unique ingredients: creativity, technical…
May 30, 2013
Photoflex was my first choice for light modifiers when I started building my own studio arsenal almost twenty years ago. I still have that first Medium Softbox, and use it often. Photoflex Octodomes produce wonderful light, and with a grid installed I find I can control almost any on-location lighting situation. Photoflex reflectors in my equipment case, too, have been with us the entire ride - doing their job as well as on Day One.
June 26, 2018
Having used Photoflex gear for over twenty five years, I have always relied on their excellent build quality and performance. All soft boxes, umbrellas and reflectors are color correct for perfect color temperature and made with state-of-the-art fabrics and construction. Very versatile for artistic lighting, Photoflex gear is also easy to set up and pack when shooting on location.
Team photographer of the Cleveland Cavaliers
June 26, 2018
On sunny summer days I sometimes carry a white, 42” circular light diffuser (16” folded) when photographing wildflowers. The one I use most is Photoflex
January 23, 2017
As for me, Mr. Fast and Light, run around adventure photographer guy, I’m sold. I feel that the [PHotoflex] TritonFlash has added an entire new dimension to my photography, especially to my style of Going Fast With Light.
Professional Photographer, Instructor, Author
March 20, 2012
Photoflex as a company makes very good products. I own a few reflectors, reflector holders and I find their materials to be a lot better in quality.
April 25, 2013