Getting the lighting right on your photographic backdrops is important. Two methods influence the amount of light your photography backdrops absorb and reflect; soft boxes and umbrellas. Both have advantages and disadvantages when it comes to manipulating the light in your photo.
The tools you have in your photography studio are only as good as you are familiar with them. For example, how well you know your equipment, and their uses, could be the difference between that sought after million dollar shot, or just a so-so picture. And if you’re just taking average pictures, chances are you’re not going to be in business very long. So whether you’re a seasoned professional or an up-and-coming amateur photographer looking to make it in the business, a review of your lighting equipment from time to time is essential to keeping you on your game.
light stand w/ adjustable boom arm might be exactly what you’re looking for. It’s compact, lightweight design, and versatility allows any photographer the ability to reach angles, heights and depths that normal light stands or assistants can not accomplish. This Savage Equipment Light ® Stand w/ Boom Arm is constructed of heavy duty aluminum, includes adjustable boom arm, durable leg locks and quality constructed sand bag. The entire unit easily collapses and fits into the included nylon carry bag. It’s a perfect addition to your onsite or offsite locations!If you are looking to illuminate or diffuse light in hard to reach places, whether indoor or outdoor, the