Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by fukijama1, Jul 25, 2008.
do these look right? as in the light being put out
snoots arent used to make a spot light, its to keep light off a certain area and focus on some where specific.
grids are used for a spot like effect.
yeah, thats right.
cover the interior of your snoot with black tape for less of that leaky graduated area around the box.
its painted black inside
weird... flat black? or glossy black?
Is your flash zoomed to super wide mode or something?
I mean it's not bad, but mine is throws a tighter square...
its flat...prolly something to do with the shutter or aperture i just snapped it
are grids supposed to be that small?
yeah, the snoot is fine. I wouldn't worry about that too much.
the grid is perfect. It's supposed to be extremely small.
it's for when you reeeaaaallly want just a teeeny bit of light somewhere.
definitely not your key light or anything like that.
I don't use mine too often...
did a quick snap to test the snoot on an object
that's pretty cool for some reason with the clutter on the right side seems like some mechanical extension of the iron man background
Just noticed that.
my thoughts exactly
Im gonna snoot