Like many of you, I don't always like to shoot with my DSLR, because of how bulky and heavy it can be. Sometimes, I just want a good point-and-shoot. But to get a really good photo, lighting is so important. I'm a big lover of strobist techniques, so using them with a point-and-shoot was always something that I wanted to test out a bit.
In this video, we take a look at the Impact Lite Trek 4.0 Monolight and Power Pack Kit. This kit is intended for photographers on the go who require a DC-powered camera flash system. The greatest benefit, when using DC-powered flash units, is that no electrical outlets are needed. You can shoot seaside, mountainside, or virtually anywhere without being bound by electrical cords. Imagine the possibilities.
In this video, we take a look at the Impact Lite Trek (LT) Power Pack. This power pack is intended for photographers on the go who require portable DC-battery power for their camera flash or monolight.
Short of a north-facing skylight, one of the most useful tools in any studio lighting system is a light box. Complimentary to people and products alike, the soft, flattering wash of light afforded by a softbox fixture is now affordably available in the form of the Impact Octacool Fluorescent Light Kit.