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ExpoDisc 2.0 Professional White Balance Filter

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Rogue Safari

Rogue XL Pro Lighting Kit

Zach and Jody Gray ExpoDisc Tutorial Videos

ExpoDisc Neutral White Balance

Ray Flash: The Ring Flash Adapter

Kelby Training

ExpoDisc Portrait White Balance

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ExpoDisc Video Format Filter

Rogue Grid

Rogue Flash Gels - Combination Kits

Rogue Flash Gels - Color Correction Kit

ExpoDisc Portrait White Balance

'How to Nail White Balance Like a Pro'

'How to Nail White Balance Like a Pro'

from Click It Up a Notch, 1/4/2013

Tired of dealing with inconsistent skin tones and wonky colorcasts in your images?  Once I learned how to use the Expodisc I discovered how much I absolutely loved it!  And it saved me so much extra time in post processing!

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ExpoDisc Portrait (Warm) vs. ExpoDisc Neutral

ExpoDisc Portrait (Warm) vs. ExpoDisc Neutral

from PhotoTipsOnline.com, 2/24/2010

The difference between ExpoDisc Portrait and ExpoDisc Neutral is that the Portrait one adds a bit of color shift to the reference images, so that the final images come out slightly warmer in color. This often is a desirable effect in portrait photography.

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Expodisc and Expodisc Portrait: Review

Expodisc and Expodisc Portrait: Review

from Think Camera, 10/12/2007

The Expodisc is designed to slip on the filter thread of your lens, with flat side facing the front element of the lens and a series of prisms facing outward.  It makes your lens look a bit like a fly's eye.  The combination of the two effectively remaps all the light falling on your sensor as one even monotone.  If you use your camera's custom white balance setting, the Expodisc will do wonders at averaging out the different light sources.  It will also do precisely the same with the exposure.

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Outdoor Photographer Editor's Picks - Infocus - ExpoDisc 4x4 Professional Digital Portrait Filter

Outdoor Photographer Editor's Picks - Infocus - ExpoDisc 4x4 Professional Digital Portrait Filter

from Outdoor Photographer Magazine, 11/1/2006

There are times when we want a little warmth to our images, but don’t want to have to struggle working in Photoshop to achieve it. That’s why we think the ExpoImaging ExpoDisc Digital Warm Balance Solution filter belongs on our list. This calibrated, color-diffusion filter works by making your digital camera add red and green colors to a neutral balance, creating portraits and landscapes with warmer colors.

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