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"On of the advantages of using Savage’s Translum is, of course, for its diffusion. Yes, softboxes produce soft light, but soft light in a harsh corridor. The edges are crisp. Being that 54” is larger than most softboxes, a piece of Translum placed in front of the light source softens the corridor’s edges. This is particularly useful for lighting reflective objects as it eliminates those big white reflection that come from the softboxes/stripboxes. Also, by placing the light source and…

How I’m using the Savage Translum diffusion

"On of the advantages of using Savage’s Translum is, of course, for its diffusion. Yes, softboxes produce soft light, but soft light in a harsh corridor. The edges are crisp. Being that 54” is larger than most softboxes, a piece of Translum placed in front of the light source softens the corridor’s edges. This is particularly useful for lighting reflective objects as it eliminates those big white reflection that come from the softboxes/stripboxes. Also, by placing the light source and…

Creating sunset in the studio | Savage Translum

Creating sunset in the studio

The transluscent Savage Translum Backdrop offers the greatest flexibility with modifying light in your photo studio. Use it as a backdrop or cut it into a diffusion panel.

The translucent Savage Translum Backdrop offers the greatest flexibility with modifying light in your photo studio.

"For this shot I used 3 strobes, some white foam core boards for bouncing, a piece of translum plastic sheet (I found that on B&H - great stuff) to make a shooting table, poster putty, glycerin and water." | NJK Photography

"For this shot I used 3 strobes, some white foam core boards for bouncing, a piece of translum plastic sheet (I found that on B&H - great stuff) to make a shooting table, poster putty, glycerin and water.

Savage Translum first impressions | Photographers Adventure Club

Savage Translum first impressions

Create an alluring sunset look in your studio easily with Savage Translum. Check out this tutorial from Photographer's Adventure Club.

Create an alluring sunset look in your studio easily with Savage Translum. Check out this tutorial from Photographer's Adventure Club.

"When I first read about Savage Universal’s new Translum, my mind thought about silhouettes. However, I have learned that you can do far more. There are three flavors of Savage Translum, I got to play with the “Heavy” version. It’s important to know which one you are using as they behave differently." | Photographer's Adventure Club Blog

Savage Translum first impressions

What is Translum? | Savage Universal Blog

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Making a Foba diffuser alternative with Savage Translum

Making a Foba diffuser alternative with Savage Translum

Quick Tip from the Studio: How to Place a Diffuser on a Strobe Reflector | Tristan Robitaille Photo Blog #translum

Quick Type from The Studio: How To Place a Diffuser on A Strobe Reflector

Quick Tip from the Studio: How to Place a Diffuser on a Strobe Reflector | Tristan Robitaille Photo Blog #translum

Do you like experimenting with light in the studio? Here's your chance to win a new Savage Translum Backdrop everyone's been talking about! Contest ends January 15th, 2015.

Win a New Savage Translum Backdrop!

Do you like experimenting with light in the studio? Here's your chance to win a new Savage Translum Backdrop everyone's been talking about! Contest ends January

How to Create DIY Diffusers with Savage Translum

How to Create DIY Diffusers with Savage Translum -Creative Studio Ep: 1

I Brought Backup... | by 00codayvia Flickr - "Strobist Info: YN560EXIII at full power behind subject(s) through translum. White reflector above and in front of subjects."

Strobist Info: at full power behind subject(s) through translum. White reflector above and in front of subjects.

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