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Using projector lenses (on dedo etc) to fix eye bags in beauty lighting with big softlights (Briese etc)


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#1 Rolfe Klement

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Posted 21 January 2009 - 12:21 PM

I have been doing something weird and was not sure if anyone else has been doing this. I can only use this on very static shots

Basically - I have been using a 50mm projector attachment on a tiny dimmed DLH4 dedolight (very soft and very small - using 4 steel leaves) to fix bags under eyes etc in classic large over-camera frontal softbox lighting

I liken it to very accurate painting of the problem areas with subtle light...

Does anyone else do this - or have any advice about it?

The problems I have are matching color temp and edge blending - the levels are easy cause of the in-built DLH4 dimmers. With edge blending if the light is defocused (racked all the way back on the slider) and the 50mm light lens is out of focus it is ok but not perfect.

Make sense?

thanks

Rolfe
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