Tri-Flector – The lighting reflector designed by a photographer for photographers
From the early 80s, Stu Williamson has been a pioneer of reflected light in the photographers’ studio. He first brought us the widely acclaimed original Tri-flector in the 90s which is still used by many photographers today. And yet, as good as the original was, Stu was always looking for ways it could be improved.
He now brings you the new 21st Century Tri-flector with even more benefits to the creative photographer. It is quite simply one of the most useful and innovative photographic accessories ever created.
The new Tri-flector is even more versatile and robust than the previous version. As all photographers know, timing and quick decision making is of the essence and the new model is designed with that in mind. It is a breeze to set up and fine tune as well as being very stable and robust. The days of panels falling down and not being able to position correctly will be long gone. Whatever your requirement, from fashion to food, the 21st Century Tri-flector will help you to perfect the lighting of your photographs with ease.
Introducing the 21st Century Tri-flector
What does the Tri-flector do?
The Tri-flector is a highly versatile photographic lighting reflector. It does as its name suggests. It reflects light off three specially designed double-sided panels.
Both sides of the panels are reflective, one side being silver, the other being silver/white. Should you find the silver side to be too bright and reflective for your situation, simply flip it over and use the white side which gives a softer feel.
Such is the versatility of the Tri-Flector that it will allow you to reflect light almost anywhere you want. You will find it quick and easy to set up and just as easy to adjust. As a result, you’ll spend less time setting up and more time taking photographs. But, above all, your photographs will be given new energy and vibrancy!
How to use the Tri-flector
You can use the Tri-flector for almost any photography situation, indoors or outdoors and with natural light or artificial light. In fact, you’ll be able to use in any situation where you need reflective lighting control.
Another subtractive option is that it can also be used as a flag, as Black Panels will soon be available.