Playing with the new snoot.

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  1. ghache

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    First try using a snoot. i think i am going to have fun with that thing...



    and of course, the cat was watching...


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    Very cool!

    I have wanted a snoot for a little while now. They seem like give you some new tricks for your skill bag.
     
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    Great pictures. I have been looking at Flashpoint snoots. Right now I have cut up Miller Light case with duct tape snoots lol. What do you use?
     
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    Numbers 1 and 2 are quite good!!!! I especially like #2.
     
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    I was using one opus-k250 at 1/8 with the OPL-SK01 snoot and a Honeycomb grid.
     

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