.Introducing Sticky Filters, a simple filter system that will forever change the way you take flash pictures. Sticky Filters are a little more sticky than a 3M Post-It note and are used to correct for the strange background colorcast of photos taken when using a flash - empowering you, the photographer, over the final "look" of your photos. Today's computerized exposure control systems balance fill flash exposure with ambient light exposure very evenly, giving rise to a mixed color temperature in the photographs. We have all seen it - the green background and the subject's goofy yellow hair of images shot under fluorescent lighting; the orange glow of the background of images shot under tungsten light sources; even the aqua-blue color cast of images shot with a flash outdoors in the shade or under a hazy overcast sky at the beach. Digital cameras have the unique ability to correct for these various lighting conditions by using a feature called "Auto White Balance". But only if you don't use the flash! When the flash is used it automaticly introduces a 2nd light source of a different color temperature (the white light of the flash) into the scene. Auto White Balance can only correct for one light source. But don't turn off your flash! The #1 professional photographer's trade secret is: "always use a flash", even when shooting outdoors in full sun. (Certainly, the pureists will argue.)
- Self adhesive flash gels
- Balances flash output with available light
- Eliminates unwanted background color casts
- Reusable over and over again
- Standard size filter set is one-size-fits-most size of 2" x 3.25". Large enough to cover the reflector of a Sunpak 544 handle mount flash with room to spare.