Tetenal (Savage) translum diffusion
UK supplied for £79.95*
Currently special order only, if you wish to order please email me.
What is Translum?
1.47m wide x 5.48m long (approximately) US supply in imperial measurements (54in x 18ft)
Translum (or Trans-Lum) is a very effective diffusing material for creative photographic light control and is ideal for creating your own light modifiers, diffusion cones, panels and screens. It’s flexible, cuts easily and can be used to create smooth light gradients perfect for product photography. If you are familiar with Alex Koloskov and Photigy.com you would have seen Translum in use.
Please supply a contact telephone number for the courier, I am not able to deliver without this…(*price includes VAT, does not include delivery – see note below) Delivery charge: The PayPal ‘Buy Now’ button includes additional £16.99 to cover the courier delivery charge within the UK only (usually 1-2 business days) if you require delivery to an address outside of the UK please contact me first to confirm delivery costs. A breakdown of product and shipping costs is shown when you go to the PayPal page. Please note: I will try to process your order the same day but this may not be possible due to the demands of running a studio. Once payment is received and a courier has been ordered I will contact you with tracking numbers etc.
Please email me if you have any questions.
When stock drops to zero the PayPal button won’t let you buy it, so you won’t purchase and wait weeks for delivery.
What is Translum?
Tetenal (Savage) Translum diffusion: As seen on Photigy.com with Alex Koloskov
After much searching, I have sourced a supply of Tetenal (Savage) Translum diffusion material and I have it for sale in the UK.
This material is great for making your own diffuser panels to create soft controlled light especially useful for product photography. I use it to create modifiers and panels for my jewellery and other product photography and you can see how US based product photographer/lighting Guru Alex Koloskov uses it to make his modifier panels/shooting cones etc. check out his photography blog photigy.com
Here is a link to the manufacturers webpage in the US, the Translum information is at the bottom of the page.