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This film made in conjunction with The Lastolite School Of Photography and concentrates on the Cubelite and how it is used to shoot simple and complex products for still life or for brochures.

The film gives you an insight in to using and getting the best out of a Lastolite Cublite when shooting reflective items in a studio HiKey style.

Mark Cleghorn demonstrates from the setting up of the Cubelite to the lighting a product for a three dimensional effect.

In Part 1 Mark Cleghorn discusses initially the Lastoloite CubeLite and how to put it together, then a quick lighting basics using flash. Mark uses a metalic vase to demonstarte the problems with refelctions and how to create a 3 dimension al quality when lighting a product using 1 light to 5 lights.

All of the Lastolite equipment is available to buy from PhotoKit4U or click the product link below for direct pricing in the UK.

Sekonic Meter, CubeLite
The Studio Cubelite? is the ultimate solution for product photography and takes our highly successful Cubelite? concept even further. It allows for control of the light from below and all other directions allowing the photographer to give products that floating look with no shadows if desired. The tensioned diffuser fabric means the reflections on even the most reflective surface are kept to an absolute minimum, whilst the generous front opening can be closed to mask reflections from the camera/operator as well. The patented design also allows you to control the light from underneath by pointing the source up or down into the base unit giving different light distribution effects and creating graduated backgrounds if required.

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