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Rosco Diffusion Series Part 4: Tough White Diffusion

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


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If you are an Inner Circle member please contact shelly@hurlbutvisuals.com before purchasing for a special discount.

Contains over 14 minutes of extensive video content and analysis.

You will learn:

  • Test results: 1/4 Tough White, 1/2 Tough White, Tough White and Tough Rolux diffusions.
  • What the characteristics of the diffusions are.
  • Understanding when and why to apply which white diffusion.
  • How these diffusions affect light levels and color temperature.
  • How diffusion affects your light source.
  • How to create an even source using certain diffusions.
  • How each diffusion affects your shadows and the skin of your subject.
  • How each diffusion stacks up against each other.
  • How to utilize false colors to see the differences in the diffusion.
  • How to maintain your lighting ratio when using thicker diffusion.
  • How to create an even source using certain diffusions.  

Utilizing the “right” diffusion onset can help save a lot of time between setups. The first step is to know what each diffusion does! Nowadays you can find yourself getting lost in the new additions to the diffusion family. It’s hard to understand their characteristics without burning a hole in your pocket in the process.

Shane Hurlbut, ASC takes you through his process of selecting the right diffusion for the right situation. With all the options, he simplifies by only presenting the best of the best and then taking you step by step through their characteristics, style and application so you can apply the right diffusion for your projects.

All videos were edited on HP Z840 workstations using HP Z24x DreamColor monitors.

1 review for Rosco Diffusion Series Part 4: Tough White Diffusion

  1. 5 out of 5


    Hey Shane,
    I’m a new inner circle member and I’m in my final year of film school in Melbourne, Australia. I just wanted to say thank you for doing what you do. I’ve got my own little book of notes regarding the great things you teach us in your articles so I can reference when I need. I’ve found in the three years of my degree, whilst I’ve learn heaps and got a good grounding – we never get into the nity gritys (eg with different types of diffusion), so I really appreciate you opening up our eyes to things I may have not have thought about before. So thank you! I feel I can now really start pushing my creativity and experimenting to another level.

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