When it comes time to invest in in serious strobe lighting, many photographers opt for the versatility of monolights.
Monolights and strobes are lighting systems that are portable enough for field work and bright enough for work in the studio.
Camera flashes are highly directional light sources.
Monolights, flashes and strobes are lighting systems capable of timed bursts of light in a rapid sequence. Monolights, flashes...
With continuous lighting, what you see is what you get, and that makes it simple to adjust light positions and output as needed.
Whether artificial or natural, light that comes from a single source is directional and harsh, which results in images that have a lot of contrast and heavy shadows. ...
From small camera-mountable units to larger studio setups, LED (light-emitting diodes) lights are "cool" in more ways than one.
Learning how to control your light is the first step toward producing professional-looking images. This used to involve a complicated studio setup with strobes, power supplies and plenty of gear to shape your look
If you're ready to step up from handheld flashes to more powerful and accessory-ready, studio-style strobes, consider monolights.
Try the creative use of lighting for a variety of in-camera effects, and also for achieving total control over a scene for perfect exposures every time.