Softboxes..is a top brand worth it ?

Started Apr 11, 2012 | Discussions
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Ted Wilson Senior Member • Posts: 1,037
Re: Softboxes..is a top brand worth it ?

Thanks for the kind words. That knife is amazing and the lighting is perfect for it as well. Great job.

activator wrote:

Ted Wilson wrote:

Yup, rip stop nylon. Some of the knives are quite large and have a mirror finish and larger panels help keep the light even across the surface.
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Ted W.

Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has
genius, power and magic in it. - Goethe

Ted some wonderful knives....and good pics too.

Just finished one and took a pic with my new elinchrom setup..one light softbox and reflectors

http://www.britishblades.com/forums/showthread.php?146987-Jaws

Also some of my other work there too

regards

barry

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Ted W.

Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has
genius, power and magic in it. - Goethe

activator OP Regular Member • Posts: 349
Re: Softboxes..is a top brand worth it ?

Many thanks for that Ted glad you liked the knife.... (most of my knife output is not mainstream )......I hope as I get more used to strobe the lighting will improve.

Im using an Elinchrom BXRi 500 with a one metre square soft box .

But even with the head set on low.....Im still having to go to f20/ f22

If I want to use F11. what I understand to be a sweeter setting for the lens....I will have to introduce more diffuser panels ro lower the light level
so I can open up the lens.

I will construct some diffuser panels soon.and play with different materials.

regards

barry

rockjano Senior Member • Posts: 2,450
Re: Don't know, because...

Yes all RipStop material gets yellowis after a time, my boxes also after 6 years of light usage. The solution is to buy nylon and resaw them all in the same time.

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