342 items found in Soft Boxes

Soft Boxes Australia

Neewer 2 Yard x 60 Inch1.8M x...

$ 15.99

Neewer 60 X 90cm23.6" X 35.4"...

$ 40.99

Neewer 48 inches Deep Paraboli...

$ 139.99

Softbox QuickFold RAJA 65cm Po...

$ 209.00

Aputure Light Dome II Softbox...

$ 367.90

Fotodiox EZ-Pro 48in (120cm) O...

$ 173.75

Softbox Diffuser, 80cm Umbrell...

$ 257.17

2Pcs 50x70cm Cloth Honeycomb G...

$ 27.99

Softbox Grid Mesh, Video Light...

$ 22.95

Godox 95cm Octagon Reflective...

$ 59.99

Photo Softbox for Photography,...

$ 96.99

prasku Portable Studio Photo S...

$ 17.99

16.3x16.3x3 Inches Large LED L...

$ 30.74

Godox QR-P120 120cm Softbox Bo...

$ 269.00

Umbrella Bracket -Black Iron U...

$ 74.80

Video Light Softbox Grid, Soft...

$ 22.68

60x60cm Umbrella Square Reflec...

$ 17.99

80 * 120cm32x 47" Square Honey...

$ 21.05

Softbox Cellular Mesh, Practic...

$ 23.01

Came-TV Collapsible Parabolic...

$ 288.63

HPUSN 28"x 28" 70cmx70cm Folda...

$ 555.66

Photography Softbox Light Box,...

$ 33.44

Professional Studio P graphy C...

$ 151.99

65CM Handheld Umbrella WHoneyc...

$ 88.99

H HILABEE System Flash Holder...

$ 16.99

Godox 12"x 47" 30x120cm Honeyc...

$ 105.11

Portable Collapsible Flash Dif...

$ 28.99

2X Collapsible Diffuser for YN...

$ 41.99

25.6'' Foldable +Honeycomb Gri...

$ 78.99

25.6'' with Honeycomb Grid for...

$ 79.99

Portable 24 Inches60 Centimete...

$ 17.99

Softbox Mesh, Black Lightweigh...

$ 20.51
 
 

When it comes to flash photography, bare-bulb flash is rarely the best option for illuminating subjects, especially when those subjects are wedding guests. Flash may be altered in a variety of ways, all of which disperse and redirect the original light source into a larger, more visually acceptable source that is perfect for producing unique and adjustable lighting.

Softboxes are one of the most commonly used light modifiers, and they function by extending the initial beam to produce a bigger light source, softening and diffusing the light. These instruments are often portable and adaptable to a variety of light sources, ranging from external camera flashes to the most powerful studio flash packs. However, just like anything else, there are various sorts to consider when purchasing Soft Boxes in Australia, including:

What's a Softbox?

A softbox is a light modulator that is fashioned like a box and provides soft light in its most basic form. Softboxes exist in a variety of forms, each with its own function and appearance. Here are a few of the most well-known:

Types of Softboxes

When browsing for Soft Boxes Online, square boxes are the most common form you'll come across. A square softbox will provide a soft, balanced light with gradated shadow borders. Because a square softbox is fashioned just like a window, it's ideal for providing soft window light. Because of the square form, both horizontal and vertical shadows will be equal in size. The catchlights are one distinction between this softbox and an octagonal one. When compared to a spherical softbox, the sharp corner in the softbox will provide much more apparent pointed catchlights.

A narrower light spread will result when one side grows smaller and the other gets bigger. On one hand, the light will cover a larger area, while on the other side, it will cover a lesser area. Fashion and portrait photographers love this design because it allows them to illuminate a half-body shot without leaking too much light onto the backdrop.

It's vital to remember that, on the bigger side, this softbox will generate softer shadow edges, while on the smaller side, it will create harsher edges. However, if you're using a 46 softbox to light a portrait, this will be most obvious when utilising a smaller softbox at greater distances.

This softbox will provide a strip of light and is a popular choice for lighting a background. This is one of the Best Soft Boxes on the market, featuring a variety of options to improve lighting and elevate your photography to new heights. This is a softbox with a narrow one end and a broad one on the other. It will accomplish this by creating a fine shadow edge on one side and a smooth, gradated shadow edge on the other.

A stripbox is frequently used for full-body photographs since it covers the entire body while also providing a lot of clarity and contrast. Because there is a 1-3-stop gap between the middle and the edge of the modifier, a careful photographer should avoid utilising a long stripbox with a flat-end flash.

The octagonal softbox is a classic among softboxes, and it is favoured by the square softbox for the circular catchlights in the eyes. For all intents and purposes, it produces light that is quite comparable to that of a similarly sized square softbox, but somewhat rounder and wider.

Deep softboxes have grown more popular in recent years because of their unique light. A deep direct softbox, on the other hand, is identical to an octabox. On the other hand, an indirect parabolic softbox is highly handy.

How to Buy Softboxes for Less?

The average Soft Box Prices in Australia fall in the range of A$40-A$220 with the widest availability throughout the country from stores, including Amazon to shop. Despite the fact that many Australian stores provide a superb range of discounts, deals, and promotions, nothing can make a major difference when it comes to price comparison. Paylessdeal offers a price comparison tool online to help you save money. For your convenience, we've prepared a list of Australian stores that sell softboxes at various price points, including Amazon. As a result, you may be able to acquire the best deal while also saving a significant amount of money.

FAQ's

What should I look for when buying a softbox?

The smaller the light source, the more concentrated and harsher the light, whereas the larger the light source, the softer the light. Larger softboxes offer softer lighting with more smooth transitions between light and shadow, which is ideal for portrait photography or broad expanses.

What does a softbox do?

Softboxes are often used in photography to provide a soft light source that reduces sharp shadows. A soft box's walls are usually reflective to maximise the amount of light that escapes through the front diffusion screen.