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Andris Dzeguze Experimenting With Gels and Siros 800 L

“In my photography I’ve always been fascinated by power of the message you can deliver through photos – the idea of creating not only beautiful photos but also being able to transmit the mood to the viewer means a lot to me.”

Precision Lighting with Erik Valind

Erik Valind breaks down his set to show exactly how he uses broncolor lights to get the best, most defined, cut look out of his fitness model.

Time Travel with Flash

broncolor Ambassador Erik Valind shows how to create any time of day by controlling the light.

Mixing Color and Light On Location with Siros L

Photographer Katie Thompson uses Siros L to experiment with mixing color and light outdoors on location.

SLR Lounge: Lighting Modifiers – Which one is right for you?

One of the biggest challenges that we face as photographers is developing our own style that is not only recognizable, but resonates with our target audience. Many of us start the quest as solely natural light photographers and some choose to stay here indefinitely, which is fine. Sure, there are many ways that natural light can be manipulated, however, this is such a limiting factor both developmentally and financially. A very common and natural progression for portrait photographers is the transition from natural light to toying with artificial light.