Orchestrating reflections and shadows more deliberately and spontaneously.
The light of a Ringflash is known for its very uniform – at best slightly centre oriented – fill. Honeycomb grids allow the lighting angle to be directed more accurately. As a result, illumination similar to a spotlight is achieved while retaining the typical shadowless characteristics the Ringflash is known for. The angle of the Ringflash C can be adjusted independently from the camera, allowing more flexibility for directing light to the area where accentuation is desired.
When using a Ringflash, the light source is evenly distributed around and very close to the lens. Light without shadows is the result. With one exception: If a background is not illuminated with additional (natural or artificial) light, shadow contours may appear around the object or model. These shadows are larger when the object is farther away from the background.