Not long ago, I wrote about Saxon PC Gridspots. If you are saying "Hey! What's a PC has to do with gridspots?" you'd like to read this article about using PC Chassis air flow control honeycombs as great light modifiers.
It gets better.
The guys at SaxonPC asked what they can do for DIYP readers. Can we have some gridspots? Sure! That was it, so there are 5 of those gridspots up for grabs.
So, here is how it's gonna go. If you want one of those cool gridspots use the comments section below to let us know what you are going to shoot with it. Yes it is that easy:
1. Decide what you are going to shoot.
2. Make a comment telling the world about it. Please include your Flickr account / mail address or any other way that will make it possible for me to contact you. Since there are only five of those to give out. Please be sure that you can make the final image in time. If you can not, you can add a comment with something fun to shoot, but tell that you are not here for the gridspot.
3. If you are selected, get ready to get a SaxonPC gridspot in about one week after the selection is made.
4. Take the image you planned and post it in DIYP.
In two weeks from today - that is November first, we will ship five gridspots to the readers with the best five shooting ideas. I am going to the sole judge for this. Two weeks later, we will post those five images here on DIYP.
The idea here is to go though an exercise in planning a shot and making it happen. I will not throw you in the deep water without some help:
- Building a Black Straw Gridspot and Portrait Ideas
- Film Noir Assignment @ Strobist
The other idea is to give away a few gridspots, so the two best shoots will also receive the gridspot mutipack.
There is no restriction on subject, number of flashes or special techniques. You can use an additional DIY gridspot, Gels, and other flashes, and light modifiers. Portraiture, still life and actions shots are all welcomed.
UPDATE: project is no longer taking submissions. Notification mails were sent to the winners. keep watching for final image.
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