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