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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.
One-Light Interior PortraitsFROM LITE LESSONS: Tuesday December 1, 2015 Equipment: RUD 45" Shoot Through Umbrella MultiDisc® 42” 5-in-1 Reflector Canon 5D Mark II (full frame) 24-105 f4 Canon EF L lens 100mm f2.8 Canon EF Macro lens In this lesson, photographer Steve Kurtz uses a simple one-light approach to create an environmental portrait of Pat Baron, the "Tiki King". Pat is a great musician who makes custom ukuleles. He has a small store in Felton, California where the portrait was created. The space was limited in the sales room so…
December 1, 2015
The Composite/HDR PortraitFROM LITE LESSONS: Thursday August 25, 2016 EquipmentOctoDome®: SmallLiteStand BoomBoomStandRockSteady BagHalfDome®:MediumMedium SoftBox Grids for HalfDomeBackDrop 10’ x 20’ Chroma GreenProDuty BackDrop Support KitIn this lesson, Michael Corsentino taps into the power of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography and combines it with the technique of background dropout to create a dramatic sports portrait.This level of image manipulation used to be the sole domain of Hollywood special effects wizards. But with reasonably priced software and good lighting, Michael shows how you can become the master of your own photo fantasy.These…
August 25, 2016
Shooting Jewelry on a BudgetFROM LITE LESSONS: Saturday June 30, 2012 When it comes to photographing jewelry, there are different approaches to consider with regards to how each particular piece will come across. Your choice of background is one consideration. Another is whether or not to include props within your shots. Still another is establishing a lighting style that is either soft or higher in contrast. This lesson shows how soft boxes can be configured to achieve various contrast levels when shooting jewelry. Topics Covered: Setting up for high contrast Setting up…
June 30, 2012
Beauty Shot in a German StudioFROM LITE LESSONS: Tuesday August 21, 2012 Photoflex offers different types of lighting modifiers that will produce the type of lighting you're after. From hard to soft and everything in between. Here, I had the model stand in from of a silk background to create an ethereal, glamorous look. I also decided to use a wind machine to bring the hair of the model to life, as it tends to be more photogenic than flat, static hair. Building the Lights from the Back Forward For this beauty shot,…
August 21, 2012
Indoor Family Portraits with a StarFlash® KitFROM LITE LESSONS: Tuesday July 10, 2012 An indoor family portrait can be a very challenging photographic assignment, and much of your success will depend on your lighting conditions. Indoor lighting is often relatively dark and uneven, which is why most portrait photographers opt to bring additional lighting units for such a photo-shoot. Typically, the most flattering type of light for a portrait shot is soft light, which is easily produced by SoftBoxes. Armed with the right lighting kit and a little know-how, you can create beautiful indoor…
July 10, 2012
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
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
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