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Beauty Dish

A strip light on either side of the subject with a hair light (small strip soft box) directly overhead separates the hair, head and shoulders from the background. The beauty dish is about two diameters away and above the subject. The grid creates a vignette effect as well as controls the spill on the white background allowing it to go quite dark.

This diagram has been published in the Light It user group

Light It

The How-To Magazine for Studio Lighting and Off-Camera Flash

Light It is the first digital photography lighting magazine made exclusively for the Apple iPad® from Scott Kelby and KelbyTraining.com.

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Issue #11

November 2012
In this issue, learn how to achieve great interior shots in our feature story and find many tips and techniques to improve your lighting: using small flashes as fill lights, learning about the beauty dish or creating a portrait clamshell reflector.

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