Testing the Lumiquest Snoot ~ TORONTO WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER JUAN ROJO DESIGN

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Testing the Lumiquest Snoot

What can I say, I'm a sucker for dramatic light and any gizmo that allows me to get that kind of results and it also happens to be very portable it's a good candidate for a place in my camera bag. Last week, I purchased a Lumiquest Snoot and it wasn't until today that I got the chance to test it. I'm dying the try these tools (Snoot and the HONL grids) outside but the frigid temperatures in Toronto have kept me indoors for most of February.

The setup for the accompanying shots was very simple, just one (1) SB-800 with the snoot on at 1/32 power and triggered via Pocket Wizards.

1. Light set at camera left, slightly above subject, post processing in Lightroom for the cross-processed look
The Thinker

2. Light set at camera left, slightly above subject, post processing in Lightroom for the cross-processed look
Pretending to be Smart

3. Light behind camera and slightly to the left, post processing in Photoshop via Nik's Color Efex Pro with additional refinements in Adobe Lightroom
The Ugly

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