News and reviews for photographic lighting users
Two umbrellas at the same time!
Profoto’s new umbrellas come in a range of different styles, all with a parabolic shape for a more focussed, efficient light output.
Is it worth investing in a higher quality brolly? Ricardo tests the new Profoto Umbrella Deep.
Lastolite has added a new 4-in-1 Umbrella, Skylite Rapid with Masks and Ezybox Speedlite to the Joe McNally Signature range.
How useful is a 1.8m lighting umbrella? And, at Â£55, is this one from Pixapro any good? Ben Evans finds out.
Phottix and Westcott have introduced some extra-large photographic light modifiers.
The second tutorial on lighting umbrellas explains a shot using the same 42″ umbrella, but this time in reflective mode.
In this tutorial I want to show you a way to make use of the shoot-through mode of umbellas that often is overseen.
If you use Profoto lights but have been lusting after the Para 88 reflector made by Broncolor, it is now within your reach.
Profoto’s new 165cm “slightly parabolic” Umbrella XL is now available in the UK for Â£336.
Profoto have released a range of 65-inch shallow parabolic umbrellas with optional white diffusion panels. Price? US$300.
The Lastolite Brolly Grip kit – how useful is it for run-and-gun location photography?