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Lighting

Discussion in 'Studio Lighting Forum' started by Roessler, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. Roessler

    Roessler New Member

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    Hello! I need advice on lighting. I am looking for something portable and easy. I am looking for something to light up an indoor photo shoot of a CEO being interviewed in his office. I also need something for an outdoor wedding on a yacht in the evening. There are so many products out there and I am lost. I am also on a tight budget. Any recommendations would be great. Thanks!!
     
  2. oldgeezer

    oldgeezer Always on Premium Member

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    Speedlights are good for both. Portable and no need for mains power. You will need quite a few batteries but rechargable ones are the cheapest option as they last for quite some time.
    Look on YouTube under speedlight photography for ideas on best practice.
    Youngnuo are good and used by many here including me.
    You can get them with internal receivers and get a trigger for the hot shoe and they work ok on camera for buzzing around receptions.
     
  3. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    Hi and welcome.
    Check out the flash link in my signature. That takes you to a list of resources, one of which lists many useful flash items with comparative prices, so will tell you what's around and worth having.
     
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    Roessler New Member

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    Christopher Here a lot

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    Firstly @Roessier that avatar is A E S T H E T I C as funk.

    If you're on a budget the Yongnuo are the default buy, they're 90% of the Canon/Nikon units for 20% of the price.
     

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