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A New Bare Bulb Flash Arrives

 
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May 12, 2014 23:34 |  #4306

using my cheetah lights in different situation!, love them!!!!

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May 12, 2014 23:36 |  #4307

Great example guys!!


Happy Shooting:lol:

  
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May 12, 2014 23:39 |  #4308

Nice captures Jesus!




  
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May 12, 2014 23:52 |  #4309

Jesus is back. I am a serial stucker!


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May 13, 2014 00:04 |  #4310

Very, very nice!


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May 13, 2014 01:26 |  #4311

Jesus your rocking the 360's and your captures. A++


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May 13, 2014 01:34 |  #4312

Robsphoto wrote in post #16900705 (external link)
Great example guys!!

SamFrench wrote in post #16900711 (external link)
Nice captures Jesus!

scorpiojo wrote in post #16900727 (external link)
Jesus is back. I am a serial stucker!

seres wrote in post #16900754 (external link)
Very, very nice!

abbadon31 wrote in post #16900840 (external link)
Jesus your rocking the 360's and your captures. A++

Thanks a lot for your kind comments!!!!!!!!!!!!!




  
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May 13, 2014 04:09 |  #4313

Recondodk wrote in post #16899764 (external link)
Well a little boring light setup, but i hope you like it anyway.
A AD360 with a chimera octa 2 collapsible beauty dish and a AD360 with a Diffuser 70.
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Real Candy Porn ;)




  
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May 13, 2014 13:41 |  #4314

The candy is floating in mid air :)


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May 13, 2014 14:25 |  #4315

Maybe the candy is hanging on a string or it just a 'mind****'.

It is the same girl and candy so nice editing.




  
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May 13, 2014 15:56 as a reply to  @ mmmfotografie's post |  #4316

Today arrived the s-type speedlite bracket and I had little test with an original reflector from Bowens.

The bracket looks very nice is sturdy enough to hold bigger softboxes in place. The connecting bit to the lightstand has an metal tube inside the plastic so the plastic will not break after a lot of usage.

The bracket leaves lots of space around the s-fit of the Bowens outer ring but the inner ring is almost exactly the same diameter. When the reflector is locked it can be moved in all directions but will not come out if not the unlocking handle is used and the reflector is rotated.

I have a CL/AD360 from Godox and I am not pleased that there is not more room for the locking screw on the head of CL/AD360 and I can't put in the flash death in the middle and have to slide it a bit to the side opposite to the locking screw.

The flash is hold very sturdy so I can slide the flash to the back or more in the reflector if not obstructed by the locking screw on the head.

I run a fast test with the power on 1/4 and distance 120cm or 4 feet and the reflector was a Bowens BW-1865 without grid.


I got 11.2 as reading but I could improve that to 12.7 by dissembling the 180 degrees diffuser and put the metal part into the reflector so less light could escape through the back of the bracket.

It would be nice if Godox also made those metal tubes with a plate that fit inside reflectors and speedrings and so increasing the used light generated by the flash.

In the picture you see the metal part that came form the 180 degrees diffuser and so you can see the offset to middle to speed-ring. I have pushed the speed-ring down as it would be if there were a softbox or heavy reflector used.

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My bracket kit was accompanied by a 40x40cm softbox and nice bag to put it all in. I did not see any speed-ring so I had to get the little leaflet manual which showed that the softbox had flexible lips that can put on outside of the bracket. This fits nicely and the softbox can be rotated 360 degrees. This kit is a little more expensive than only a bracket. This softbox is a very nice and simple design that pleases me.



  
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May 13, 2014 19:46 |  #4317

cl-600 and cl-360 love the trigger system

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May 14, 2014 03:50 |  #4318

I would love a improved trigger system. She got a nice big bumm on the picture.

I saw a higher Kelvin value when using the 180 degrees diffuser and I try to test more Godox accessoires on usability when using more than one flash.




  
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May 14, 2014 09:13 as a reply to  @ mmmfotografie's post |  #4319

I have now run a test with different modifiers measure the flash power, colour temperature and I have also noted the max. white measured.
I have also made SCP (colorprofiles) based on a Canon 5D MKIII that can be used for Adobe RAW converter to balance all colours. This also was base for determining roughly the colour temperature.

Underneath each picture I put first the Kelvin value, tint correction, max. white R/G/B, F value and colorprofile link. You can also look at the shadow from the Colorchecker if the light is wrapped around. A nice feature is the LCD TV in the background and the reflection gives also a idea how the light is formed/emitted.

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AD360 Bare-bulb 6050K -4 Tint 234/33/32 F8 AD360 bare bulb profile (external link)

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AD360 standard reflector 6350K +3 Tint 235/34/33 F7 AD360 standard reflector profile (external link)

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AD360 Standard reflector frosted 6400K +2 Tint 230/29/28 F7 AD360 standard reflector frosted profile (external link) (single sheet)

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AD360 180 degrees AD-S17 6950K -15 Tint 238/37/36 F7 AD360 180 degrees AD-S17 profile (external link)

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AD360 Octa bare 6300K -4 Tint 240/38/38 F10 AD360 Octa bare profile (external link)

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AD360 Octa soft 6150K -1 Tint 232/31/30 F9 AD360 Octa soft profile (external link)

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AD360 Beautydish AD-S3 6500K -1 Tint 234/34/33 F14 AD360 Beautydish AD-S3 profile (external link)

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AD360 Beautydish grid AD-S3 6550K -1 Tint 234/34/32 F11 AD360 Beautydish grid AD-S3 profile (external link)

The Max White is measured after colour balancing so no indication of the balance of the colours. The 180 degrees AD-S17 has more blue which causes a higher Kelvin value and compared to other modifiers it will seems whiter/more blue.

The Flash is standing left behind the camera on a distance of 120cm (4 feet) and the camera is at 60 cm (2 feet) with a 40mm lens fitted. The power setting on the flash was 1/32 for the first part and from the beautydish the setting was by accident 1/8 +0.7



  
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May 14, 2014 10:43 |  #4320

@mmm with all the measurements in mind, wouldn't the lens and distance add/subtract from your test?


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