|Home made Snoot|
The snoot is simply a tube that attaches to the flash head and gives you a more directional concentrated beam of light.
The same snoot can also be used as a gobo or flag which simply attaches via the Velcro to the flash head and stops light in whatever direction you have attached the gobo or flag to, this is used to control where the flash illuminates and directs the light away from areas you do not want the flash to light.
- Camera Canon Eos 7D
- Lens Tamron 17 - 50mm
- ISO 100
- Shutter 1/250th
- Aperture F/8.0
- Flash 580 EXII home made snoot attached 1/64th power
|Home made snoot set up|
The foam sheets were about 60p each the Velcro was about £9 a roll but Will be used for other projects so this is very cheap to do. The seamless black paper was £4.99 a roll and is great as a background.
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