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January 27th, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

This ringflash from Flaghead Photographic Limited uses prisms to evenly distribute light from a Canon 585EX or SB-800 flash. It’s not available in US at could find, but are looking into it. Ringflashes like this one have ability to light without shadows and produce at unique look. They also make interesting looking catch lights in eyes. Most of AA battery operated models are low power units designed for macro photography, this flaghead adapter fills gap.

In 2006 several notable high powered models came on the market and a lot more ringflash photography started showing up in advertising and editorial photography. I use Lumedyne 1600 watt second ringflash with Hensel Octa Sun Softbox, but buy one today, I would the ABR800 AlienBees Ringflash.

Home built fluorescent models are easy to build and do offer some advantages. With today’s camera bodies shooting higher ISO’s with lower noise levels, a couple of 32 watt circular fluorescent are sufficiently bright. Here are some Flicker Samples.

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Please feel free to post some ring flash photography links.

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