A basic guide to using the Rogue FlashBender 2 range!
The majority of photographers are required to shoot in various exciting locations, from the top of skyscrapers to secret hidden alleyways; there is no limit to where their camera takes them! This is why the Rogue FlashBender range is so crucial to photographers on-the-go, due to the portable and convenient nature of the range!
With the majority of the FlashBender 2 range, you simply strap the equipment to the top of your flash, and away you go! To make sure you can use the FlashBender 2 kit with ease, we’ve highlighted how to use various products in the range for your desired images, allowing you to focus on the important stuff, like creating beautiful photos!
Shaping background lighting
This is where you can truly play around with your flash and have fun! To shape and control bounced flash such as background lighting, simply attach the Rogue FlashBender 2 Reflector (small or large) to your flashgun using the included velcro straps. The easy-to-use light modifiers are designed to fit most standard sized flash models, including (but not limited to) Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Nissin, Phottix, Metz and Yongnuo.
Creating dramatic colour
Many photographers praise the Rogue Flash Gels for their ability to create dramatic background colour, transforming their images in ways they could have never imagined! To create this look, pull the tabbed silicone Rogue Gel-Band around your flash head, slip the tabbed ends of the Rogue Flash Gel under the Gel-Band on the flash head, and then start creating your dramatic images!
Producing directional spots of light
Producing directional spots of light can sometimes be tricky, and without the correct equipment, can often leave unflattering results. To create this desired look, the Rogue 3-in-1 Flash Grid helps to produce a precise directional spot of light with gradual fall off, and can also be used as a main, hair, background, accent or mood light! The unique patented design allows you to achieve a 16, 25 and 45-degree grid spot angle. To use, simply mount the grid onto your flash!