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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.
Do It Yourself: Passport PhotosFROM LITE LESSONS: Wednesday June 27, 2012 Chances are, if you're handy with a camera, you've been asked the following question: "I need a photo for my passport. Can you take it for me?" And there's a good chance that you, in response to this question, quickly racked your brain for plausible reasons as to why you can't oblige them. But as tedious and boring as such a task might seem, producing passport photos for friends or relatives can be fun and take less than a half an…
June 27, 2012
Two-Light PortraitsFROM LITE LESSONS: Sunday July 1, 2012 This lesson explores how to use two strobe flashes to effectively create 3/4-length portraits in a studio setting. We will also show you how to take a two-light portrait to the next level by simply using a LiteDisc® reflector. Topics Covered: StarFlash® 150 with 45 inch Umbrella One-Light Portrait Two-Light Portrait Paramount Lighting Patterns Using the StarFlash® 150watt as Background Light Using a LiteDisc® Before Beginning To make your setup more convenient and versatile, we have now included the Photoflex® FlashFire™:…
July 1, 2012
Lighting Angular FeaturesFROM LITE LESSONS: Tuesday August 23, 2016 Equipment:MultiDome®: LargeLarge SoftBox GridHalfDome®: SmallSmall SoftBox Grids for HalfDomeLighting is a game of angles – angles of incidence, angles of reflectance – it’s a bank shot on a billiards table where light is the photographer’s cue ball. When it comes to portraits of the follicly challenged, this whole subject of angles can make for a particularly tricky shot; however, out of respect for my friend, guitar guru and subject du jour, Peter Clark, this is where the analogy to cue balls…
August 23, 2016
It’s Not About The CameraFROM LITE LESSONS: Friday June 27, 2014 Often times, photographers ask me what I think about upgrading their current lenses or camera bodies. I hear them say things like, “If I get this full frame camera or some expensive lens, it’ll take my work to the next level”. Is it possible that spending that same money elsewhere might give you a better end product at a much lower cost? To find out, I did a comparison between the Canon 7D with a 50mm 1.8 lens and a 5DMK3…
June 27, 2014
Three-Light Portrait: More Lights, More ChoicesFROM LITE LESSONS: Sunday July 1, 2012 The more lights you have in your studio, the greater the variety of lighting setups you can achieve. Studio lighting is often improved by subtle positional changes, as well as with additional light modifiers. Making just a small adjustment to the lights usually makes a large impact the resulting picture. The more lights you have on a set, the more changes are possible. In this lesson, we start with a traditional two light setup and then explore a few variations with…
July 1, 2012
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
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
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
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