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Hi and welcome back.

Yesterday I ran a presentation on studio lighting at BH Photo Event Space.  Every time I go there to present or run a workshop, I’m honored to be considered in the company of great photographers who present there, including Joey Quintero, Moshe Zusman, Joe McNally, and Peter Hurley to name a few.

BH Event Space

I ran an event on Kit Strobes.  One of the best ways to enter the world of larger light sources is to purchase a kit.  The kit offers you starter gear and entry into a system of lighting.

I am sponsored by Hensel, so I use the Hensel 2 light kit.  All the proof images on this post were taken with just the kit gear.

Hensel USA

The two light Hensel Freemask kit includes:

  • 2 Integra 500 WS Freemask lights
  • 2 light stands
  • 1 7″ reflector
  • 1 30 degree grit
  • 2 white umbrellas
  • 1 Hensel Strobe Wizard
  • Sync cord
  • 2 umbrella reflectors
  • 1 32″ 5-in-1 reflector
  • 1 16×25 softbox with speedring

Hensel Kit from BH Photo

Roller bag

This is a comprehensive kit, so I was able to do a lot with just what I was given.

Here are a few proofs from yesterday using only the gear above:

BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130099 BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130089 BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130081 BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130075 BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130067 BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130063 BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130045 BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130025 BH Photo Hensel Strobe Demo 8 12 130022If you are ready to enter the world of studio lighting, look at Hensel for great lights and plenty of modifiers for all of you needs.

That’s it for now.  Till next time, happy lighting!