Getting some better lighting

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So, I’m happy with the quality of my photography from my recent shoot. However, I’m aware that many professionals would have had a significantly better outcome. I know that my lighting is my largest issue. I’m very interested in White Lightning products.White Lightning X800

This is where my own ignorance becomes an issue. I’d like to put together a nice simple package to get me started. Any chance I could get some help with this?

My gut tells me that 2 X800‘s would do the job. I looked at White Lightning’s own packages, to get some ideas. Their “Starter Package” is a nice set up, including everything you’ll need.

What do you think?


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2 thoughts on “Getting some better lighting”

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  2. I don’t know anything about lighting equipment, but what I can tell you is that most interior photography is best done around dusk or dawn or when there’s no light outside because while you can control the contrast indoors at anytime, outdoors you cannot. The window exposure would be better balanced as such.

    For lighting, I would recommend checking out The Strobist blog, it is the best resource online for learning about lighting.


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