www.weeklyphototips.com This week Scott shows us how to make a very low cost modifier for our dedicated flash units. The beauty dish, so called because of the flattering soft rap around light that it creates on a subject, is a great addition to your light kit. This low cost DIY option allows you to build one quickly using off the shelf components many of which can be found at your local Home Depot or Lowes store. As always please stop by our web site www.weeklyphototips.com for links to the detailed plans for this project. Scott will also have some example photos demonstrating the difference between using your flash directly and using the beauty dish. Thanks for stopping by and next time bring a friend or two. There’s always room for more.
Film-sequence made for a ceramic art installation. The film was made in a collaboration project with the ceramist Jakob Stig Andersen (DK). Made to be shown together with his ceramic objects playing a sound-landscape. Shot with a letus35 extreme adapter on a Sony-Z1.