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ePhoto 16″ off Camera Flash Beauty Dish Photographic Flash Bracket Flash Mount Beauty Dish Photography Studio Light Lighting Beauty Dish Reflector Dish with Honeycomb Grid for Nikon Canon Flash by ePhoto A120Bracket Honeycomb Reviews

ePhoto 16-Inch off Camera Flash Beauty Dish Photographic Flash Bracket Flash Mount Beauty Dish Photography

  • 1 x 16" Beauty Dish
  • 1 x all mounting accessories
  • 1 x hotshoe mount
  • 1 x elastic diffuser
  • 1 x Honeycomb grid
This is the perfect accessory for the portrait photographer. The beauty dish has an internal light shield that allows bounce-only lighting. This provides high output making it a perfect soft light source for portraits. It will also provide moderate round catch lights in the eyes where a softbox will yield larger rectangular catch lights. It also comes with a front cover diffuser for softer looks. This Beauty dish is made of 100% aluminum with superior design. Ideal for all flashes with hotshoe m

List Price: $ 139.99 Price: $ 54.99

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Fashion Photography Lighting Tutorial from Rod Evans

Learn fashion photography lighting from Rod Evans. www.evanscreativetraining.com/fashion.html
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Digital Photography 1 on 1: Episode 65: Lighting a Green Screen

In this week’s episode Mark shows you how to properly light a green screen.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by astoner - December 19, 2011 at 4:43 pm

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SOFTBOX Lighting Brightness Control Test For Homemade DIY Soft Box!

SOFTBOX Lighting Brightness Control Test For Homemade DIY Soft Box!

Softbox DIY FRONT End! How To Control (Brightness NOT Spill Light) The Light, SO what is a Soft Box, a type of photographic lighting device, one of a number of photographic soft light devices. All the various soft light types create soft diffused light by directing light through some diffusing material, or by “bouncing” light off a second surface to diffuse the light. The best known form of bouncing source is the umbrella light where the light from the bulb is bounced off the inside of a metalized umbrella to create a soft indirect light. A “soft box” is an enclosure around a bulb comprising reflective side and back walls and a diffusing material at the front of the light. The sides and back of the box are lined with a bright surface – an aluminized fabric surface or an aluminum foil, to act as an efficient reflector. In some commercially available models the diffuser is removable to allow the light to be used alone as a floodlight or with an umbrella reflector. A soft box can be used with either flash or continuous light sources such as fluorescent lamps or “hot lights” such as quartz halogen bulbs or tungsten bulbs. If soft box lights are used with ‘hot’ light sources, the user must be sure the softbox is heat rated for the wattage of the light it is attached to in order to avoid fire hazard.

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