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Portrait photography with a Triflector

Portrait photography with a Triflector - Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP shows us how to make the most of a Triflector.

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Studio Lighting and Flash

On these shots I have used the Lastolite “Triflector” - the original version which is exclusive to The Flash Centre and highly recommended!
The Triflector.
How the Triflector was used.
These shots were taken with a 70cm square softbox with the front diffuser removed. The light was placed in the “butterfly” position. The Triflector was used to reflect light into the shadows. This technique is very flattering as it has the effect of smoothing the skin and makes the eyes look great! You can also totally change the look of a portrait just by changing the background colour! Here the lighting hasn’t altered but we have a completely different look.
Portrait by Chris Burfoot Portrait by Chris Burfoot Portrait by Chris Burfoot
The Triflector gives a high
glamour look.
The Trireflector in use. If you don’t like multiple
catchlights in the eyes - don't use the Triflector!

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Diana 11 2.0k 19 Netherlands
20 Sep 2009 10:14PM
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uggyy 12 2.1k 9 Scotland
26 Oct 2009 6:13PM
"nod" got to agree with you lol

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