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Studio Equipment for Sale

Started by Danie Bester Jun 17, 2015. 0 Replies

I am selling the following Studio Kit...Complete Studio Kit for sale. I am selling the following Studio Kit• 2 X 500 Watt Portable Studio Lights with Battery Pack (Lithium Inverter) • 2 x 300 Watt Studio Lights • Trigger System • 3 Light Stands,…Continue

Studio Equipment Suppliers

Started by Danie Bester May 27, 2015. 0 Replies

Here is a list of Suppliers that provide Studio Equipment:http://www.broadcastlighting.co.za/  (Apparently they have a branch now in Midrand)…Continue

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Start-up Kit: Studio Workshop 11 November 2011

Started by Danie Bester. Last reply by Ben Lombard Nov 16, 2011. 3 Replies

Here's a recommended list of studio equipment we discussed... WHITE PVC Background 3.2 x 6 metersBlack PVC Background 3.2 x 6 meters(buy these from Herbie Lindstrom at 011 682-3889Chain System or Background Stands (Cameraz for Chain System) 2 x 300…Continue

Equipment for studio

Started by Izak van Heerden. Last reply by Michael Aug 27, 2011. 7 Replies

I have now organized backdrops for my studio, and the next mission is getting monoheads, shapers and stands. As far as this equipment go, I have received 3 quotes from studio equipment outlets. All 3 amount to close to R11K, and include 3 high-watt…Continue

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Comment by Corne Lourens on January 29, 2014 at 8:11

Trying out low key here. Played with a snow overlay as well. Any cc welcome. Learning through the comments

Comment by Corne Lourens on January 29, 2014 at 8:09

Still trying my hand at studio. Much more difficult than it looks :-) Trying a bit of loop lighting with this. Not so prominent but it is there if you look closely. Don't know if my light on the left should still be a bit softer (darker)?

Comment by Danie Bester on May 6, 2013 at 8:51

@ Elzaan. Thanks for the info! Will add them to my list as well

Comment by Elzaan Liebner on May 6, 2013 at 8:44

To Danie and his team - thank you very much for a wonderful studio workshop!  Thanks for all the trouble and tips - really enjoyed it!  For bookends - Jeka Foam Plastic - 440 Church Street East Tel 012 752 7215 - Polystyrene in 3 different sizes - 610 x 1220 / 910 x 1220 / 1830 x 1220 (must be transported by bakkie / combi)  25mm / 40mm / 50mm thick.  Have a great week!

Comment by Danie Bester on May 6, 2013 at 7:24

Here's a recommended list of studio equipment we discussed...

 

WHITE PVC Background 3.2 x 6-7 meters

Black PVC Background 3.2 x 6-7 meters

Paper Backgrounds from Singer Photographic

  • 2 x 300- 500 Watt Lights
  • 1 x 250 Watt Light (for hairlight, kicker etc)
  • 3 x Stands (1 with Wheels and another with a boom)
  • 1 x Large Beauty Dish w/ honeycomb grid and Diffuser (shower cap)
  • 2 x large softboxes (preferably those with quick setup
  • 2 x mini reflectors and shoot through umbrellas
  • Trigger system for your camera
  • Bags for these if you plan to travel with your stuff.
  • Light Meter (No need to buy a too expensive one. The Seconic L308-S has been proven as one of the best value for money light meters.

List of Suppliers...

Comment by Warren James on May 4, 2013 at 19:35

Hi Guys, well done on all the fantastic pictures taken at todays workshop. As promised here is Luke's number from Broadcast lighting Luke: 0822243940. Tell him Warren from Pretoria referred you, their prices are really good and haven't had a problem with service thus far. also check out their website http://www.broadcastlighting.co.za

Comment by John Fox on July 14, 2012 at 23:58

I have just posted a lighting setup I used at the DPC studio for a hair shoot. Check it out on the forums section of the site.

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Comment by Glen Fouche' on May 27, 2012 at 19:36

Hi Danie, Here is the second image I chose to ask for advice on.  I moved the lights to reduce shadow contrast, and focused on pose, impact and colour. I relied on the main soft box (key light) to lighten the background, and still think I should have deliberately put light on the white background to burn out all detail and reduce the grey tint... A portarait is safe, as there are less body parts to worry about, but here I went wide, and now have stepped into a complex world of composition and pose... could you offer advice with the pose or any othe rareas neding attention...

Comment by Glen Fouche' on May 27, 2012 at 19:28

Danie, During a photo shoot session at your studio, I had a great time taking images of Minette all dressed up and with serious colours... I have looked at the images and duringthe shoot I wanted a clean crisp image sharp image with saturated colours. As Minette was continiously changing poses and positions I took a safe lighting set up, with one main softbox as the key light and filled in the shadows with a second light. The ratio was only 1 stop difference, and it is seems like I have left out something... should I have blown out the background with another light, or used a kicker light for her hairline? I have done no selective editing, and only global changes, as I wanted to print for Photo Club.

Comment by Magda Henning on March 5, 2012 at 11:12

goeie beligting stunning foto!

 

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