Continuous Light Set-up

jdlaSeptember 27, 2007

I want to try my hand at more professional like photos. I'm very scared of trying strobe lighting. Continuous lighting would seem easier, however I know it can be hot. Does anyone have any continuous lights to recommend and a recommended studio set-up? Thanks. This is all new to me.

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Hi Jdla...Sorry no one had an answer...Maybe if you posted your question on a photography site like photography corner...there are lots of nice folks there who are quite knowledgable...I'm sure there are are others, but this is one that I know of the best...


    Bookmark   October 15, 2007 at 8:51PM
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Go to this forum. They'll be more than helpful to anyone who owns a camera, no matter what the make. Just create an account. I've been a member for years. I own a strobe light and can't imagine taking pictures without it now. You can bounce the light off the ceiling, side walls, directly on the subject, wherever. I paid over $500 for it.... you can bet I'm going to use it a lot. LOL I use a Canon XTi camera with the 580EXII light.

Here is a link that might be useful: Canon Forum

    Bookmark   October 20, 2007 at 12:16PM
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