With its three sets of six different gels, the ExpoImaging Rogue Flash Gels Color Correction Kit makes it easy to correct or experiment with the colors in your photographs. Choose from a variety of six different Lee gels for yellows, blues, greens and white to punch up an image with color, or create mood.
You can also use the correction gels to balance your flash to ambient light. Their flash coverage area measures 3.0x2.5" (7.6x6.3 cm) - total filter length with tabs is 6.0" (15.2 cm). They are large enough to cover even the largest flash heads and they can be creased or trimmed for smaller flash heads as desired.
Each gel has the LEE Filter name, the gel's measured f/stop loss value and (when appropriate) the corresponding Kelvin color temperature correction and standard camera white balance icon. This is all printed directly onto the gel so you always know what you're going to get. The stated f/stop loss values are measured using a Sekonic light meter in a controlled test. These values compare the metered exposure of the bare flash with the metered exposure using the Rogue Gels placed over the flash head.
All of this comes in a kit that also includes three Rogue Gel-Bands to attach the gels, three of each gel color and a durable padded storage pouch with quick reference insert to help you keep your gels safe and organized. Shooting photographs using an appropriate color correction gel and corresponding camera white balance setting, will improve the color consistency and color balance of your images, making their colors either truer to life, or creatively controlled for a particular style or mood.
Reviewed by 3 customers
These make the difference.I get tired of digital lightroom work and these help get the results I see.
Easily added to a shoulder bag for occassional use.
I have only had these filters a short time, so I am still getting "used" to them. I like the design however in its simplicity and coverage over the flash head. I frequently gel my on-camera flash because I have to shoot on the run. It looks like it will work pretty well, but I have only used the filters on two assignments so far. Not a fair test yet.