Broncolor Para 222

Back on 'the other forum', a short time ago ImageMaker and I got into a brief discussion about the Broncolor Para modifiers, and he listed a video by Karl Taylor with a very good video comparing modifiers. It gave me a good appreciation of the versatility of the Para, đź‘Ť compared to what I had grow accustomed to using during my active studio days over two decades ago, before the Para was introduced.

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Back on 'the other forum', a short time ago ImageMaker and I got into a brief discussion about the Broncolor Para modifiers, and he listed a video by Karl Taylor with a very good video comparing modifiers. It gave me a good appreciation of the versatility of the Para, đź‘Ť compared to what I had grow accustomed to using during my active studio days over two decades ago, before the Para was introduced.

https://youtu.be …labnE?si=OuQkWSJWDmiX2PSf
Paras are amazing modifiers. Makes much of the work effortless in studio. Will have to apologize to my 8th grade math teacher. I am using Euclidean Geometry as an adult. They are true parabolic umbrellas which makes the magic happen.
 
Back on 'the other forum', a short time ago ImageMaker and I got into a brief discussion about the Broncolor Para modifiers, and he listed a video by Karl Taylor with a very good video comparing modifiers. It gave me a good appreciation of the versatility of the Para, đź‘Ť compared to what I had grow accustomed to using during my active studio days over two decades ago, before the Para was introduced.

https://youtu.be …labnE?si=OuQkWSJWDmiX2PSf
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Expensive gear. But, after your first photo using one, you’ll never think about the cost anymore. Value exceeds the cost by a long shot.

I seem to always use them on shoots. Even as a reflector. Para 222 on left with strobe turned off. Used only as a reflector. Broncolor 180cm/6 foot striplight horizontal at models head height coming back to camera to get some wrap around model:

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Full length fashion & beauty is the forte of the big Para 222. You can create a bit of drama placing it next to camera. In the case left of camera, pointed at the model. Focused to gain more shadow.

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