Lighting - Constant and Strobes
My favorite aspect of photography has always been light. Whether it is seeking it out for a wedding, creating a film noir effect for a portrait shoot, or lighting on location for commercial work, my favorite thing to do is to build my image, lighting one set piece or location at a time.
One of the best pieces of equipment for my work has been constant lighting. I started using bare bulbs, then Lowell lights in video production. Once I switched to photography, I moved on to strobes, but missed the ability to instantly see the results of moving one light or another. Recently, I’ve had the chance to work with the Westcott Spider light TD6, and I’m excited that we’ll be able to bring them out to our workshop at Stallion 51.
Using constant lights in addition to strobes will enable easier demonstrations of lighting technique. It will also enable multiple photographers to utilize the same lighting setup, without having to deal with wireless transmitters and receivers. Also available for attendees will be ring lights, to add a fashion flare to the images of the models.
If you’d like more information, or have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org - I’m looking forward to hearing from you!