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    Kelly LF lighting Broncolor Balloon Fill Only F16 EI 100 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Another digital test shot, building up Tim Kelly lighting in my smaller portrait space. Here I have exchanged the 60x60 Broncolor Pulsoflex Softbox, with the biggie globular Broncolor Balloon head, on a 300 ws Broncolor Impact Monolight. Light measured with Broncolor FM2 digital strobe metered measures F16 at Ei 100. The idea with this light is an overall soft directional fill, lighting as much background as possible. In these close quarters the Balloon head is definately the way to go, I can't imagine a softer light source with this one. Of course it falls off from side to side, just like windowlight but artifical. A good upgrade from using a small soft box, it didn't light enough of the set for my uses. This is my other cool James Bright canvas painted 9x12 foot background. I'll be changing up my background setup soon but it's going to be a bit of carpentry involved but well worth it

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    Thank you for something totally different!

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    FOBA 1 by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr

    FOBA 2 by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
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    Whoa! FOBA Baby FOBA. What a snag! Looks like you can do some constructing
    Flikr Photos Here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/18134483@N04/

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    I am not buying more FOBA!

    I will set it up as translucent table, as before my move

    My opaque white plastic sheet, not flexible unless heat formed

    I like your cactus, I have a black thumb with any plant, I forget





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    Whoa! FOBA Baby FOBA. What a snag! Looks like you can do some constructing
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    I will set it up as translucent table, as before my move

    My opaque white plastic sheet, not flexible unless heat formed

    I like your cactus, I have a black thumb with any plant, I forget

    https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/sjaelsl...reen-00343282/

    We have brown thumbs too. I bought three of the cactuses from Ikea, they went around the house. They make good test subjects

    Regarding sweep tables, I have an original FOBA DIMIL without acrylic (very 'spensive not happening). Actually I want to use clear thick plate glass on mine, so that I can "float" objects in space Will need several sheets cut precisely
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    Fake cactus!

    They do look too perfect

    I have tempered glass 20X36".... cheap made in Texas

    and a big floor mirror made in China

    I have a lot to do

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