Light Kit for a beginner

Started Dec 4, 2007 | Discussions thread
mufutau55
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Re: Light Kit for a beginner
In reply to JayMurph, Dec 5, 2007

I posted this to you on http://www.fredmiranda.com forum.

You don't want hot/contious light for portrait. Try this entry level light below for only $300. Interfit EX150, very good home light.

http://porters.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=450681&Category_Code=F3U&Product_Count=6

Mufutau

JayMurph wrote:

I spotted this lighting kit on the B&H webpage:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/298604-REG/Impact_401470_Tungsten_Miniboom_3_Flood.html

The comments on B&H are pretty positive for the most part. I would
like to give lighting a try without spending a lot of money yet have
a kit that will give me options as I get more expirience.

Does anyone here have any expirience with this kit? Or have any
suggestions on another 3 light kit similarly priced? Within $100...

Would like to use for portrait photos in my home, family and friends.

Thank you in advance for your time...
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