Custom Fittings and Training
- John Tindall, the inventor, is intimately involved in custom fittings and training: providing solutions for photography studios, motion picture sets, make up artists and actors on an individual basis
F-Series: The Brokeh Angle
Brokeh breaks apart the spectrum and arranges the different hues into patterns according to how each color affects the human face. As this image show using lasers, a relative angle of incidence difference of one degree can have profound effects on the face.
Brokeh F Series Changes Shape of Faces
Brokeh works because all humans share common skin tones. The Brokeh F Series patterns arrange dominant and complementary facial hues to impart a glamorous modeling on the subject. The FAK "Facial Anamorphic Key" pattern (shown left) can help remove the apparent weight gain by lens distortion and make subjects appear thinner.