Be prepared with additional backup lamps and flashtubes.
Modify the quality and direction of light with light-shaping tools.
Use umbrellas and softboxes to create pleasing, diffused lighting.
Use color correction to achieve good color balance in your images.
Purchase cords and cables for connecting components.
Position your light safely and securely with a support accessories.
Fire cameras and light setups remotely.
Add a TTL hot shoe or PC connectivity.
Gaffer tape holds things firmly in place and leaves no adhesive residue behind.
Support your backgrounds with the following equipment.
Carry, store and protect your equipment with a cart, bag or case.
A light meter will verify the proper exposure for a photograph.
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