The strobes have a built in modeling lamp, making set up a breeze.
Made with only one block using half square triangles, let your imagination go a little wild with fabrics.
Beside these we used reflective panels and black flags.
Flash Output As the model number suggests, the strobes are rated at 180 watt seconds.
This is particularly the case with beginners who want to start with something cheap and simple before they work their way up to more advanced equipment.
If the lights were set at the same distance from the subject and on the same power settings the light ratio between the key and fill would be 1:1 and the lighting would be flat with few shadows.
There are plenty of ways to do this, be it the strategic angling of a lighting umbrella or a cleverly constructed softbox.
Strobe lighting uses a flash of light at the moment your camera shutter opens to illuminate your subject.