lighting question

Started Apr 7, 2013 | Discussions thread
Barrie Davis
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Re: lighting question
In reply to Klaus dk, Apr 10, 2013

Klaus dk wrote:

Barrie Davis wrote:

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Note: It would be helpful if you went back to your DPR profile and entered your COUNTRY of residence. Then we could refer to it when considering which equipment would likely be available where you are.

As it is, you haven't given us a clue where you are in the world, so we have no idea what you might be able to buy locally

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Baz
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"Ahh... But the thing is, these guys were no ORDINARY time travellers!"

Don't be silly Barrie, he's in the US. If he weren't, he would write where he is.

+1 on flash.

If you really are in the US, Alien Bees or Paul C Buff Einsteins is your way to go.

If you want low price, learn from the strobist who uses inexpensive battery flashes. The modeling lights of strobes is an advantage, but one gets the hang of it with time - I hope.

It helps greatly, when working with battery flashes without modelling lights...

... if one has previously gained experience with studio flash that DID have them. In fact, that is an understatement... it helps enormously.

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Baz
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"Ahh... But the thing is, these guys were no ORDINARY time travellers!"

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