Magazine article American Cinematographer

Unilux Can Answer Your Technical Questions

Magazine article American Cinematographer

Unilux Can Answer Your Technical Questions

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Almost every day we receive requests from film industry professionals wanting our advice on how they might turn an innovative idea into a spectacular image using Unilux. We'll do our best to assist you because we know how important it is for creative professionals to develop a unique style. And at Unilux, we want to help enhance - not cramp - your style.

A few years ago, most of your inquiries involved hand models and pour shots. Now, many DP's and gaffers have learned how easy it is to create all kinds of special effects, as well as lighting music videos and feature films using Unilux. With these new applications have come many interesting problems and questions.

"Can I bounce off foam core or bead board?" "Should I use 216 or Opal?" "Is silk too heavy?" In this issue of Update, we thought we would use our "Technical Tips" column to respond to some of the questions you ask most often.

Unilux fixtures use fresnel lens that you can spot and flood from knobs on the front or the rear of the fixture. …

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