Price: R 719,00
R 719,00
Have you ever considered adding a prism to your camera bag? Many photographers have used things such as iPhone screens or mirrors to create interesting and artistic looking images, but if you use a 6-inch triangular prism may be works best because you can twist the prism into creating a curve and bend-like distortion of your surroundings. Assuredly, it may takes a little more practice than just holding it up to your camera lens and reflecting stuff. Why Choose Glass Prism? 1. A cooler thing to do is to look through the prism at an angle. Through the prism, you will see the world with rainbow colors. You will see light from just a regular light bulb broken up into its constituent colors. It is actually a lot more interesting optically this way. You can see the light bending from the prism. 2. Prisms also can be use in Ophthalmology.Ophthalmologists have used prisms to diagnose and treat a number of diseases of the eye, including esotropia, exotropia, nystagmus and amblyopia. 3. Shooting through a prism distorts the light and therefore the image entering the camera. Being aware of your surroundings is crucial as they will likely end up being overlaid softly onto the final image. Great care is obviously needed when using this technique in a studio environment. 4. You can use this prism to teach students about light spectrum. When school is out, it serves as entertainment for kids, young and old alike. Or using this with your camera for some fun photography effects. Package: 1*glass prism with gift box


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