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Facial Anamorphic Key light - part of the "F-Series" product line (Facial Series)
Brokeh FAK and FEK both use the same hues and similar "squeezing" designs. Of course the FAK (Anamorphic) Brokeh pattern is the one providing the most "squeezing" effect.
The FAK series of Brokeh patterns solve several issues common in digital cinematography: the lens distortion (adding weight to subjects) is reduced,the green color shift on dark skin tones is eliminated while the reds in fair skin are muted. Beyond these technical corrections, the FAK Brokeh impacts the aesthetics by rendering skin natural and softer, and by enhancing the facial lines, for all skin tones. Since Brokeh filters use common facial hues in their design, the more pigment in your subjects skin, the deeper the effects.
The black and white photography (within the product photos) illustrates how the FAK pattern models the shape of the face in a more dramatic way. The face appears thinner than under the white light even though the lighting instrument was not moved between shots. Also the transitions from specular highlights to shadow areas are smoother.
Lighting Application:Key Light Source
Strongest contouring of the facial features (thinning)
Pearlescent Skin Texture
Enhanced Modeling of Facial Features
Excellent for deep complexions
Film-Like Skin Textures
Clear transparency printed with metal dyes and dichroic particles
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