Posts Tagged ‘snoot’

Create a Film Noir Look Using This Homemade Telescopic Snoot

A typical snoot is used to control the direction and radius of of the light you’re casting onto your subject, and they’re great for getting certain effects. But photographer Peter Miesch‘s take on the snoot is a bit different; used right, his will give your photos a film-noire effect like you see in the example above. Read more…

Make a DIY Snoot Using a Coke Bottle

You can make yourself a quick and simple snoot by cutting off the upper portion of a soda bottle and covering it with gaffer tape. While it’s definitely not the most elegant solution, it’s a cheap way to isolate your subject when shooting with a flash unit.

How To Make A Snoot From A Coca-Cola Bottle [DIYPhotography]


Image credits: Photographs by Lior Kraisler

Turn a Pringles Can into a DIY Snoot

If you have a potato chip tube lying around, you can convert the tube into a super simple DIY snoot. All you need to do is cut an opening in the closed end that’s the size of your flash head (tip: use some duct tape to prevent it from scratching your flash).
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