SKU: GC88-LB8968

Lastolite Shaper for HiLite 1.8x2.15m

Lastolite Shaper for HiLite 1.8x2.15m

The HiLite Shaper is an 86cm wide opaque black panel that hangs on the front of the HiLite background 1.8 x 2.15m LL LB8867 (not included). This effectively masks the light from the HiLite. The shaper can be moved to any position along the aluminium pole, allowing the photographer to create a single strip of light or split the light into two strips on either side of the shaper panel. Each position offers a different lighting effect on the subject allowing the photographer to be as creative as they wish.

The shaper panel can also be used to mask the photographer when shooting with the HiLite directly behind them and with the subject in front. By standing in front of the shaper the photographer can be sure their silhouette does not appear as the catch light in the subjects eyes.

The shaper attaches to the HiLite very easily. It is supplied with a collapsible aluminium pole that simply clips to the top of the HiLite and the shaper then hangs from the pole.

Features

Simple Assembly
Simple fast setup means more time spent capturing images.

Bag included
For easier storage and transport.

Single Person Assembly
Making setups easier one person can quickly assemble this product.

Regular price $254.00
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Lastolite Shaper for HiLite 1.8x2.15m

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