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A&M Film and Photo 6 Inch Triangular Prism - Best Optical Spectrum Glass for Photography - Free Exclusive PDF User Guide Included
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|Item Dimensions||2.3 x 3.2 x 7.1 inches|
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Top Customer Reviews
In any case, I received my new prism just a few minutes before I was scheduled to leave for a wedding, so I just threw it in my bag and headed out. I primarily used the prism while the bride was getting ready, and it provided quite a few interesting pictures. I tested it out with three different Canon lenses: the 24mm f/1.4L II, the 85mm f/1.8, and the (always fantastic) 135mm f/2L. I definitely noticed a difference between how the prism interacted with the different lenses: the 24mm seemed to produce the most reflections - it was actually quite difficult to get a shot *without* blatant reflections. The 85mm was heavy on light leaks and rainbow effects, though it still provided reflections when I tried for them. Somewhat unsurprisingly (given my deep love of this lens), the 135mm was my favorite. With effort, it did produce reflections, but it seemed much heavier on rainbows, and it was easier for me to keep the effects at least somewhat separate from the actual subject of the photo. Since I'm borderline neurotic about getting clear photographs, that extra bit of control was a definite plus. I have no idea if my experience is actually universal - it was my first time prisming, and I had no idea what I was doing - but the results did seem pretty consistent. It's also worth noting that I didn't remove any of my lens hoods while taking these photos. The YouTube tutorials I checked out en route to the wedding (thanks, Uber!) all showed prisms being used directly against the lenses, but I wasn't willing to risk scratching at my coating. So, it's quite possible that I would have had different results had I placed the prism directly against the glass.
Now, to be 100% honest, I don't really know how often I'll actually use my new prism - this type of product isn't my usual cup of tea. I have built my career on providing extremely "true to life" photojournalistic photography, and the majority of my clients actively dislike obvious filters and effects. Though some customers may actually enjoy the idea of "analog" special effects, I definitely don't plan on risking any truly essential photos.
However, for what it is, this product is fantastic. It's just big enough to comfortably hold (without getting your fingers in the pics), but not so big that it gets awkward to handle or hard to carry along. It produces an astonishing variety of different effects - even tiny adjustments to how you're holding it result in dramatically different outcomes. If you love light leaks, rainbows, and reflections, then this is definitely worth the (rather minor) investment. Though most of these effects could, of course, be emulated in Photoshop, the prism is easy, cheap, and provides effects that one may not have otherwise even visualized (let alone created). Also, in my opinion, more time shooting (and less time 'shopping) is always a plus. So, though I'm not sure how often I'll actually use it, I didn't think it would be fair to rate the prism below 5 starts. Though it may not necessarily fit with my own workflow, it does fill a particular niche, and it does so spectacularly.
On a side note, the photos I have included aren't necessarily great pictures - most of them won't make it anywhere near my client - but they are decent examples of the kinds of effects that I got by using the prism. The photos were "tweaked" a bit in Lightroom, but none of them took more than a few seconds to edit. Oh, also, I received this product for free in return for my fair and unbiased review.