The Omega Reflector: The world’s first 10-in-1 shoot through reflector!

I am so excited to announce the release of a new invention of mine! Since the release of the Ice Light over a couple of years ago, my juices have been flowing to solve common problems when it comes to lighting for photographers.

I am proud to announce the world’s first 10 in 1 “shoot through” reflector, the Omega Reflector! The Omega Reflector combines the effect of a traditional reflector with the luxury of a beauty dish and a ring flash, offering the ultimate lighting control for gorgeous beauty lighting!

Using just one light source, you can produce a main light and a back/hair light and create gorgeous beauty lighting quickly and easily. Manufactured by Westcott, it’s unique design creates incredible catch lights that make eyes pop! Suction cups are included for quick mounting to glass and a durable travel case with a shoulder strap for effortless travel and portability.

We are doing a pre-sale for a reduced price of only $99 (Normal price $119.90) It will be delivered  in 8+ weeks. We will not charge your credit card until we ship your oder. BTW You will not get the Omega quicker any else in the world as we have the first limited stock. As inventory becomes available, other dealers will have stock in the upcoming weeks/months.

For more information, examples and to purchase, visit http://www.theomegareflector.com

 

Shoot through reflector

In the following video Jerry explains how to use the Omega and shows some examples of it in use including some RAW straight out of camera images to understand the power of the Omega.

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28 thoughts on “The Omega Reflector: The world’s first 10-in-1 shoot through reflector!

  1. Jerry ,i would like to say that im a big fan of yours in greece as a photographer ,i have watched with admiration all your seminars ,and i would like to ask you cause i also yous nikon d3 and d800 dslr ,,i have noticed that you use allot of 70-200 vr2 lens ,,,what are your other lenses that you work ,,,,-eg (85mm 1.4 for portraits )-(14-24 mm 2.8 for wide angle shots ) mainly for wedding photography ,,the reason im asking this is that im amazed and dazzled with the great photos you take ,,,,,,in greece we dont have the opportunity of taking great wedding picture due to the lack of the prices here cause of the oikonomy crises ,,thanks for helping me allot in my work ,,,and i do hope to here fro you soon ,,,,

  2. Hi Jerry, please bare with me as you currently in the process of changing my life. I am in a unique place, I receive 100% of my income from photography, graphic design. I have found a niche market with my home town that has allowed me to make hundreds of thousands of dollars over the last 20 years. I am an expert in my niche, and i the lions share of the work. HERE IS MY PROBLEM. As i look back, I realized that i have sold my soul to an niche industry of mediocracy. I may have even sacrificed millions for the easy Hundreds of thousands. The photos I take get published for advertising all the time, I have a ton of returning clients because i produce profitable images for them. I can do this with my eyes closed and for years i never pursued getting better because i was getting paid. I ALSO NEW MY VALUE. Because of this, I knew that I was in an industry where they didn’t have or want to produce budgets for “the good stuff”. So I mastered giving them blah work. Now at 42 I have had an epiphany. 20 years ago, i was too naive to know what to do. 20 years from now I may be too weak to do it, therefore, NOW IS THE TIME. I have since started caring about photography again with the zeal of wanting a great photo. Searching youtube, found TONS of stuff I already do with my Eyes Closed. THEN I FOUND YOU…. I watched your 2 hour B&H light seminar. The first hour, I was with you and already felt the same way as you 90%. Then the second hour BLEW ME AWAY. I actually had just shot a model that same day earlier and love the photos. I then went back after your “enlightening conversaion” and realized I was so close, but not there, And I DIDNT KNOW, WHAT I DIDNT KNOW. I feel like Im 2o again, I have started keeping my camera on me all the time, not just at my studio. I plan to impregnate your world and be born to it thru your inspiration. I just wrote all of this to say “thank you” in advance. I hope these words find you. I will follow and soon purchase some of the benefits that you sell. F. Alan, Detroit, MI USA A professional Amateur…

  3. I must say that not having to setup a light stand that gets knocked over every wedding would be great!! I don’t always have a second shooter either. So, it’s a pain in the butt to keep the stands out of the way so they don’t get destroyed.

  4. I’ve making and using these since the mid ’80s. They are great tools. I have them in white, shiny & flat gold, shiny & flat silver, yellow, etc. Basic lighting theory.

  5. Gee i hope i made sense then what i meant about the flap was if you want silver facing model pull the flap through to the gold side and vise versa

  6. This sounds really good for making some portraits during weddings. Because I have often problems in difficult light situations regarding direct sun or sun from different positions and I do not like to use the flash all the time. This reflector could help me in the future 😉 Great idea 😉

  7. Just ordered mine sounds amazing .we have such harsh lighting in the Whitsunday’s Queensland will be great for this

  8. Hi Jerry Sue Considine from the Whitsunday ‘s Australia I did a workshop many years ago in Brisbane ..I just was wondering what happened to my reflector I ordered it on the 17th May2105 and paid with paypal to be honest I forgot all about it until I was going through my invoices from Paypal I paid Anthropics Technology Ltd is that your company ..I paid $49.95 US for it Can you please let me know what I have to do to get my product ..My Address is 40 Chapman Street Proserpine 4800 Queensland Australia ..I have printed out all the details about the unit and I feel it will be great ..Many Thanks Sue

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  10. A softbox is what is rrrfeeed to as a light diffuser. You have a softbox in your house and probably don’t even know it. If your curtains are open on the window and the sun is shining in, you see very distinct shadows cast by anything in that light. If you pull the sheers closed, the light is diffused and the subject that was sitting in very harsh light is now more evenly lit by a softer light .A different type of softbox that I used in this photo is made to go over the strobe lights, and turns that small 3 wide light bulb into a diffused light panel that is 3 4 feet.The reason I used it was to give the smoke a little more of a chance of being seen, since the light would be coming from a very wide angle.

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