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Which Studio Light Type

Which Studio Light Type?

Are you looking to transform your photography?

The obvious lighting choice maybe flash lighting but there is a Plan B that may actually be your Plant A when the flashgun isn’t always practical. ‘Continuous’ lighting as the name suggests is an ‘always-on’ solutions and there a 3 main options in the form of tungsten, fluorescent and LED lamps.

Continuous lighting is particularly advantageous for beginner photographers as it gives you a ‘what you see, is what you get’ scenario. 

Tungsten Lights or ‘hot lights’ as they are often known because of the heat . The colour temperature of a tungsten light is approximately 3200K which produces beautiful warm light perfect for portraits however this orange hue can be addressed using your camera’s white balance settings is you which to remove it.

Fluorescent Lights are a great alternative to tungsten lights more closely matching daylight in CRI ratings and cooler to the touch making them more energy efficient and comfortable for the subject.

LED Lights are a more compact alternative to tungsten and fluorescent lights, most newer models have colour temperature and intensity adjustments inbuilt so no need for bulb changes.

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