Photography Strobes

0 Views ·Posted 03/30/2022
Nanlite has cranked up the power of the Forza line of monolight-style LEDs with the new, daylight-balanced Forza 720 and bicolor 720B. The new lights feature the same build quality and customization options as their predecessors, while rivaling the output of
by Cory Rice ·Posted 06/24/2021
Godox has expanded its lighting options with three new LEDs and a power pack. Still and video shooters will want to check out the compact and versatile TL30 RGB LED Tube Light, as well as the mono-light style SL100D Daylight LED Video Light and
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 11/04/2022
The holiday season is a time for lights, but it can also be a time to delve into lighting as a tool, especially if you’re a photographer. Photography is all about light, and knowing how to use it, shape it, and control it gives you that much more command over your photo practice. Especially during wintertime, when the days are shorter, it’s the perfect time to hone your lighting skills or help out a budding photographer you know with these lighting gifts. 1. The Intro 2-Light Kit The introductory
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 03/30/2020
Bringing more power, yet still retaining portability, Godox has just announced the newest member of its popular system of strobes: the AD1200 Pro. As you’d expect, this is a 1200Ws strobe, but differing from previous AD-family lights, this model is the first to use a separate power pack and cabled flash head design. Even though this is a design that would look at home in a studio, Godox is using a replaceable 2600mAh lithium-ion battery
by Cory Rice ·Posted 11/15/2022
Subject and style may vary, but consistency is a quality shared by all successful photo studios. When working indoors, that begins with lighting. Strobes remain the bread and butter of many still photography studios. Unlike natural light, which can be finicky and unpredictable; on-camera flashes, which are not typically designed for studio use; or continuous lights, which can become costly as output increases; strobes are built to
545 Views ·Posted 12/11/2017
Masterful light isn’t necessarily about being complicated…it’s about control. Chris Knight shares some of his favorite ways to shape one light to achieve stunning results from some classic techniques as well as some surprising new ones. Learn to make light work for you to achieve your vision in the simplest ways possible and make your images come to life. Chris Knight Photography