Interfit’s new line of parabolic umbrellas create a unique lighting pattern when compared to traditional photographic umbrellas. The parabolic shape focuses the light into a broad, focused column of light, giving the user more control over the direction of their light, and the spill. Moving your flash head closer or farther away from the center of the umbrella gives users the ability to further fine-tune the focus and intensity of the light. 16 fiberglass rods makeup the frame for these umbrellas, providing overall structural rigidity as well flexibility should your light and umbrella fall over.
Silver umbrellas are traditionally used as a main light in high-contrast portraiture such as athletic/hero-style shoots. The highly-reflective material produces a specular light quality that creates stronger definition in shadows.
The 41″ umbrella lends itself perfectly for individual headshots, close-up portraits and macro photography. This size of umbrella is very popular with speed light setups, as well as those using portable strobes on location.