Work­ing with grids

Digital Camera World - - SHOOTOUT -

Hon­ey­comb grids, also known as ‘egg crates’, can be fit­ted to the front of a light in or­der to cre­ate a more fo­cused beam and pre­vent light spilling onto other parts of the scene. As you can see, the light is vis­i­ble through the black grid when viewed head-on, but at an oblique an­gle the light is ob­scured. Grids can also be at­tached to a mod­i­fier such as a soft­box or a beauty dish, giv­ing you even more con­trol. They add ver­sa­til­ity to any light­ing kit.


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