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Focusing the light with a snoot

Now we're going to take a look at a unique modifier. It's called a snoot, and most of the time it's used in conjunction with another light. It can be used by itself, but you're doing something very unique and dramatic. Rich, could you go ahead and show us the construction or the layout of what a snoot really is? >> Yeah, essentially what's happening here is, we're taking the light, and we're focusing it down to an even smaller point. So if you look at what the size it is on this end. It's almost like a funnel, and we're pointing the light down through a smaller opening to sort of spot down. Now sometimes on this end you can put gels or a honeycomb here to further refine that. And we'll just attach that to the light here. Again being careful not to hit the bulb. All right. Let's turn that light on for you, Abba, and we have it paired to the other. Why don't you give it a shot. >> Okay. That's great, Rich. Thank you. And what we're using th...

Focusing the light with a snoot
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Focusing the light with a snoot provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Abba Shapiro and Richard Harrington as part of the Up and Running with Studio Strobes

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