Light Blaster: 35 Times Less Expensive Alternative to Broncolor Optical Spot

11/08/2014 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Using digital backgrounds in photography is a great technique which opens unlimited possibilities for a photographer. However, not everything can be done in Photoshop (should I say “not easily can be done”?), and there are interesting lighting techniques which can be used to get amazing effects right from the camera, before any post-production.

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 Under the link below is an example of such image. The only thing we did is adjusted colors in camera RAW converter.

The whole thing was done right in the camera with only one light ($60 speedlite) and $100 optical attachment to it.. well, and the lens:

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