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Professional Lighting

Artificial lighting used for photography such as studio, strobe, LED lights

Buy Professional Lighting including Professional Video On Camera Lighting, Continuous Lighting and Light Modifiers, all at unbelievable prices.A speedlight or flash is often the best photography lighting that's on-site because of the portability. With an off-camera wireless flash system, speedlights can do much of the work of studio strobes. Photography lighting provides illumination when you're taking a picture or filming video footage in low-light conditions. This usually occurs when you're shooting at night, inside buildings, or in areas with limited sources of light. The proper use of flashes and on-camera lights not only improves the quality of photos and video clips you take, but it also lets you manipulate light in a more creative way, especially if you're a professional photographer or videographer. Find the lights and equipment you need here.

Professional lighting is artificial lighting used for photography such as studio strobe lights, full-spectrum lamps, LED lights, or your camera flash

Portrait Lighting Patterns

  • Split lighting. Split lighting looks the way it sounds; it splits the face into equal halves, like this: Split lighting is a lighting technique that lights up half of a subject's face while leaving the other half in a shadow, essentially “splitting” the face. This splitting effect is achieved by a light source that is perpendicular to the subject illuminating directly from one specific side.
  • Loop lighting. - Loop lighting is a lighting pattern that creates a circular shadow on the subject's face just under the nose. You can achieve this by placing the key light 45 degrees to the side of the subject and raising it just above their eye line
  • Rembrandt lighting. - Rembrandt lighting can be achieved with one key light that is placed approximately 5 feet from the model at an angle of 45 degrees to the side of the camera and roughly 2 feet above their eye level angled downwards
  • Butterfly lighting. - In cinematography, butterflies are structures on which materials are mounted so to control lighting in a scene or photograph. Materials commonly used on butterflies include: flags, nets, and diffusions for the purposes of blocking, dimming, and scattering light respectively
  • Broad lighting. - Broad lighting is a type of lighting setup where the area of a subject's face that is facing the camera is lit more brightly. The term “broad lighting” comes from lighting the broad side of a subject's face. It is also on of the typical photography lighting setups for shooting portraits.
  • Short lighting is a lighting technique used primarily in portrait photography in which the far side of a subject's face is lit relative to the camera. This leaves the near side of the face darker or entirely shadowed.3 Oct 2021 - Short lighting is a lighting technique used primarily in portrait photography in which the far side of a subject's face is lit relative to the camera. This leaves the near side of the face darker or entirely shadowed.

There are four types of light that every aspiring photographer should recognize: hard, soft, specular, and diffused.

Fluorescent is generally easier to find in studio lighting and does not overheat, so that is what most studio photographers use. LED is a safer option to tungsten because they tend to not overheat as much

Those using larger studios to create full-body portraits or fashion images, freezing motion, or maybe shooting outdoors, should look at strobes around 500 to 600Ws. If you think more power will be needed, you'll be looking at mono lights around 1000Ws or higher.

Light shining directly from above or below makes the bags under your eyes stand out in shadow and highlights wrinkles such as crows feet and laughter lines. It enhances all the natural shadows on your face so that you look older than your years.

A Well-Lit Room

  • Localize your light source. A common misconception is that you need to light the whole room.
  • Always add a dimmer. For multipurpose rooms, dimmers are essential.
  • Know your bulbs. Fluorescent tubes should be avoided at all costs.
  • Consider the function of the room.