Be prepared with additional backup lamps and flashtubes.
Power your lampheads with a power pack.
Modify the quality and direction of light with light-shaping tools.
Use softboxes to create pleasing, diffused lighting.
Fire cameras and light setups remotely.
Increase your working flexibility with additional mounting options.
Position your equipment safely and securely with a light stand.
Gaffer tape holds things firmly in place and leaves no adhesive residue behind.
Carry, store and protect your equipment with a cart, bag or case.
A light meter will verify the proper exposure for a photograph.
A true master never stops being a student.