Always keep spare batteries handy so you won't get caught without power.
Modify the color temperature or tint of your light source.
Use protective gloves and gaffer tape for a firm hold on equipment and cables.
A light meter will verify the proper exposure for still photographs or video footage.
Keep your cords neatly wrapped.
High-quality tools and flashlights always come in handy.
Selectively narrow or cut this light's beam spread with a set of Barn Doors.
Position your equipment safely and securely with a light stand.
A true master never stops being a student.