Softbox control

You can utilize various items to control the light output of softboxes. Most common these days is a soft grid, also known as a soft egg-crate, a fabric web containing rows of horizontal and vertical lengths of material that are fitted together and attach with Velcro to the soft box. These modifiers fold up into a little pouch, great for packing. Available from Lighttools, Photoflex, and other sources, these grids can often cost more than the softboxes they go on. They can be ordered in various configurations, often from 20 degrees to 60 degrees. I tend to use 40-degree grids most of the time. The lower the degrees, the narrower the beam of light; the bigger the degrees the wider the beam of light.

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