What would be a good lighting kit for Fashion Photography ? [PICTURE EXAMPLE INSIDE!]

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    70 views, "0" Replies ? ^^
     
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    Probably because you won't/can't get the results you posted with a $200 budget :p.
     
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    What is the electrical supply in Qatar? How many volts and at what hertz? pardon my lack of knowledge about Qatar's AC current and electricity grid. ANother inexpensive monolight are the Adorama.com FlashPoint 320A monolights...decent build quality for low prices. Better than the Impact monolights, perhaps not as good as the Bowens Gemini units.
     
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    Why dont you just start off with just 1 light. THere is plenty you can do outside with one light and a reflector and with your budget its probably more sensible.

    I in fact have that Impact kit. Its good for starting off but im allready after 9 months or so and looking to upgrade. And i've never actually used it outside. i always use my speedlights

    I think tho that your gonna have to save a bit more. Raise you budget.

    Elinchrom | D-Lite it 400Ws Monolight | EL 20484 | B&H Photo

    I'm pretty sure this is a new product by elinchrom. Im interested in it myself.
    You could probably get the strobe, an unbrella, and a nice reflector for under 400.....and you will be happy with it for longer than if you got the impact...

    check that out. hope it helps
     

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