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Discussion in 'Studio Lighting Forum' started by npire, Feb 10, 2019.

  1. npire

    npire Member

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    Hello,

    I'd like to turn my living room into a makeshift studio to shoot headshots and maybe 1/3 portraits.

    I've tried to research lights and have read various threads here, but there are so many variations, parameters, brands, opinions etc., that I've gotten lost.

    Could somebody please make some recommendations as to a lighting setup for a beginner/1st studio kinda thing?... Say optimistic budget of <£1000...

    Appreciate any help you guys could provide.
     
  2. Jeff Cochran

    Jeff Cochran New Member

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    Pick up one of the Godox studio kits and practice. A lot. Digital film is cheap.

    Jeff
     
  3. oldgeezer

    oldgeezer Always on Premium Member

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    +1 for godox kit.
     
  4. npire

    npire Member

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    Great, thanks very much both. I had seen Godox studio kits when browsing though struggled to find reviews that didn't seemingly have a vested interest of some kind. Thanks again.
     
  5. oldgeezer

    oldgeezer Always on Premium Member

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    I usually get my gear through Amazon, they can be a few quid extra but electrical goods can be broken and they just replace or money back and they deliver quicker than direct from China.
     

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