Topic: Studio Strobe

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Real Deal Review: Desert Warriors by Michael Herb

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Las Vegas concept photographer Michael Herb created this stunning Desert Warr...

How and When to Use A Neutral Density Filter

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When shooting portraits outdoors, it is typically necessary to use speedlites...

Capturing Amazing Senior Portraits with Matt Hernandez

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Matt Hernandez really sets the bar for senior portraits. To bring his creativ...

Westcott’s Exposure Photo Contest

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Lighting and Post-Production for a Dramatic Headshot

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Utilizing a 3-point light setup in studio allows portrait photographers to ef...

Inspired Photography with George Deloache

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Westcott Top Pro Elite George Deloache discusses his lighting set up behind t...

In Studio with Joel Grimes

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Westcott Top Pro Elite photographer Joel Grimes has worked as commercial and ...

Dance Photography with the Strobelite Plus

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This article is courtesy of Westcott Top Pro portrait photographer George DeL...

Strobelite Plus Walkthrough with Erik Valind

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Westcott Top Pro Elite Erik Valind discusses all of the features and uses of ...

Matt Hernandez Creates Sports Composite with Photo Key

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Westcott Top Pro Matt Hernandez, who specializes in sports photography, uses ...

Lifestyle Photo Shoot with Apollo Orb and Scrim

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Photographer Chris Garrison from Orlando, FL uses the Apollo Orb and the Larg...

The Art of Portrait Photography: Part 2

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Executive & Business PortraitsIn this executive portrait the goal i...

The Art of the Portrait Photography: Part 1

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Portraits were some of the first images to grab my attention and draw me ...

Digital Composite Shoot Using Strobelite Plus

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Digital composite shoot by Photographer Michael Green using multiple Westcott...

Fashion Portrait Using Strobelite Plus

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Fashion Portrait shoot by photographer Courtney Dailey using a Westcott Strob...

Commercial Shoot: Sushi Photo Setup

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Commercial shoot by photographer Eric Eggly using a Westcott Strobelite plus,...

Product Shoot: Super Bowl Ring Shot with Strobelite Plus

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Take a look behind the scenes at this product shoot of a Super Bowl ring shot...

Elegant Portrait Using Strobelite Plus

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This elegant portrait shoot by photographer George DeLoache was achieved usin...

Dramatic Portrait Lighting of a Fighter

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Top Pro George DeLoache shows us the lighting setup of a fighter using a West...

Outdoor Portrait Shoot Using a Stroblite Plus, Octabank and Scrim Jim

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Outdoor Portrait shoot by photographer Erik Valind using a Westcott Strobelit...

Photographing Children with 2 Strobes and a Reflector

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Here is a quick 'How I shot this' for anyone looking to photograph children.

Watt Seconds: Just What Are They?

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There is quite a use of the term “watt second” in our industry. It has come to represent the power of a strobe. However, this is not necessarily the most accurate method to compare power for Strobe units. The current definition of watt second is a unit of stored energy. Why do watt seconds matter & why understand them? It is extremely understand that watt seconds are not the most important part. It's almost like shopping for a new tv. Just as screen size will not determine the quality of the tv, the amount of watt seconds should not be the only determining factor.