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Eyelighter by Westcott
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Human Silhouettes Photo Contest by Westcott
Human Silhouettes Photo Contest by Westcott
Human Silhouettes Photo Contest by Westcott
Human Silhouettes Photo Contest by Westcott
Human Silhouettes Photo Contest by Westcott
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Eyelighter by Westcott
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Human Silhouettes Photo Contest by Westcott

About the Eyelighter

Larry Peters and Westcott have teamed together to create and produce the perfect solution for high contrast reflective lighting. While flat reflectors create unflattering catchlights in the eyes on close-up portraits, the Eyelighter has perfected the light by shaping a reflector in the same curvature as the human eye. Specifically designed for beauty and portrait photography, The Eyelighter reflects an arched light toward your subject, leaving a catchlight that follows the natural curve of the iris. Unlike triflectors, this catchlight is seamless, without unflattering gaps. This innovative tool not only provides pristine catchlights, but also reflects a stunning, clamshell lighting.
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Joel Grimes
Joel Grimes has been working as a commercial advertising photographer for nearly thirty years. His fascination with photography began as a freshman in high school and by the time he received a BFA in Photography from the University of Arizona his passion for creating was all consuming.
Human Silhouettes Photo Contest by Westcott

His assignments have taken him to every state across the USA and to over fifty countries around the globe. Aside from his commercial work, Joel views himself as an ambassador for the photographic creative process by teaching workshops and lectures across the country.
In 1990 Joel took a two year sabbatical from his commercial work to produce a coffee table book entitled, "Navajo, Portrait of a Nation" which received a number of photographic and design awards resulting in an eighteen-month solo exhibit at the Smithsonian American History museum.
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