Good Lighting Kits for Beginner Studio Photographers

Lighting Kits

When you are ready to move into working in your own studio, you will, of course, have to bring in your own lighting. Lighting can run a huge gamut of price and features, however, and it can be tricky to know what you need to get started. If you are looking for some decent lighting to get you up and running and that will not break the bank, check out this helpful video that will show you some good beginner lighting kits for studio work. 

Coming to you from Kayleigh June, this great video discusses some beginner lighting kit options for those starting out in studio work. Along with June’s fantastic advice, I would also recommend not cutting corners when it comes to support for your lights. Lights are expensive and often even more fragile than your camera bodies and lenses, and placing them on flimsy, cheap stands can put them at risk, and it can also create potential liabilities for you if you are working with clients. Good stands will often last the length of your career and will make your life far easier in the studio. Check out the video above for the full rundown from June. 

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