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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.
Ring Lighting with Silver UmbrellasFROM LITE LESSONS: Monday November 7, 2016 Equipment: 72” Silver Umbrella45” ADH Silver Adjustable UmbrellaLiteStand: LargeNikon D810 We are Jeff Scott and Aaron Schaldecker and we shoot senior and family portraits in the Cedar Rapids/Marion, Iowa area. We also love to create different light setups using random lights and modifiers we have on hand to create interesting lighting for our seniors and families. We have found that our clients (especially seniors) want a look that not everyone else has and that is why we have many creative sessions…
November 7, 2016
Lighting a Wine Cellar for Perfect Product ImagesFROM LITE LESSONS: Thursday August 11, 2016 The Mountain View GrandI recently had the opportunity to photograph a beautiful wine cellar dining room at the Mountain View Grand Hotel, which is nestled among the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The hotel, which has been in operation since the end of the Civil War, has sprawling grounds and is very picturesque, both inside and out. I had brought along some simple lighting equipment in case I had the opportunity to shoot indoors, which fortunately, I did. The PlanAfter speaking…
August 11, 2016
Man of SteelFROM LITE LESSONS: Thursday August 25, 2016 Equipment:HalfDome®: SmallLiteDome®: SmallLiteStand: mediumTranspac®: dual kit case“Put on your safety goggles,” says Val, “there’s gonna be some glowing hot stuff flyin’ around in about ten seconds.”Valerio Valera is an industrial metal artisan of the highest order. One minute he’s repairing a jagged crack in a bulldozer bucket with a skillful weld, and the next moment he’s fabricating a part for a 1957 Chrysler New Yorker. Val doesn’t work with plastic or wood, his love affair is with steel, and he’s been…
August 25, 2016
Shooting Models OutdoorsFROM LITE LESSONS: Thursday September 1, 2016 Equipment:MultiDisc® Kit: 42” InchEver wonder how those clothing catalog shoots are done? In many cases, the production is very simple with respect to lighting and camera work. Simpler than you might expect.This lesson takes a look at some straightforward tools and techniques for photographing models and clothing outdoors.Topics Covered:Dynamic Range and Exposure Bouncing Light with a MultiDisc Reflecting in the Wind A Note on Positioning Notes on Lenses and Focus Coming In TightDynamic Range and ExposureWhen it comes to catalog work, it's all about the lighting…
September 1, 2016
Edgy Fashion Portraits in an Abandoned LaboratoryFROM LITE LESSONS: Thursday August 11, 2016 Equipment: XS OctoDome® SoftboxThe portraits were done primarily with the technique of split-lighting, where the model, Samantha, was lit by the flash from one side. Processed afterward in Capture One and Adobe Photoshop, the images were complimented with strong tonal and color enhancements that made the most of the textures and features of the location.Topics Covered: The Concept Easy Setup of TritonFlash on Location Finding the Right Light Using Split-Lighting to Compliment the Model and Mood The Low-Key, Cinematic Look Defining…
August 11, 2016
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
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
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
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
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