Photogenic Lighting Equipment : Jensen Laundry Equipment

Photogenic Lighting Equipment

photogenic lighting equipment
    lighting equipment
  • Lighting or illumination is the deliberate application of light to achieve some aesthetic or practical effect. Lighting includes use of both artificial light sources such as lamps and natural illumination of interiors from daylight. Daylighting (through windows, skylights, etc.
  • These are light bulbs used to light the building's interior, such as incandescent light bulbs, fluorescent light bulbs, compact fluorescent light bulbs, and high-intensity discharge (HID) lights.
  • looking attractive in photographs
  • Photogenics is raster graphic editing software produced by Idruna Software.
  • (esp. of a person) Looking attractive in photographs or on film
  • (of an organism or tissue) Producing or emitting light
  • (Photogenin) Luciferase is a generic term for the class of oxidative enzymes used in bioluminescence and is distinct from a photoprotein. One famous example is the firefly luciferase from the firefly Photinus pyralis. "Firefly luciferase" as a laboratory reagent usually refers to P.
photogenic lighting equipment - Ardinbir Studio
Ardinbir Studio 20cm x 90cm Softbox Diffuser with Eggcrate Grid for Photogenic Flash Monolights
Ardinbir Studio 20cm x 90cm Softbox Diffuser with Eggcrate Grid for Photogenic Flash Monolights
Softbox is designed for use with a strobe or continuous light. It comes standard with a silver reflective interior and a flush front face. The flush mounted front face provides a wider spread of light than a box with a recessed front. Superior quality and design with internal translucent white baffle
What's in the Box:
1 x 20cm x 90cm Softbox
1 x Eggcrate grid
1 x External white diffuser cover
1 x Internal translucent white baffle
1 x Metal speed ring
1 x Nylon carrying case

Fits photogenic models:
PL-06, PL06, PM12, PM-12, AE-10, AE10, AA-12, AA12, Powerlight series, Studiomaster Series, Studio Max II

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Fisgard Lighthouse
Fisgard Lighthouse
The first lighthouse on Canada's west coast is still in operation! There hasn't been a keeper here since the light was automated in 1929, but every year many thousands of visitors step inside a real l9th century light, and capture some of the feeling of ships wrecked and lives saved. Built by the British in 1860, when Vancouver Island was not yet part of Canada, Fisgard's red brick house and white tower has stood faithfully at the entrance to Esquimalt harbour. Once a beacon for the British Royal Navy's Pacific Squadron, today Fisgard still marks home base for the Royal Canadian Navy. Inside the building are two floors of exhibits, dealing with shipwrecks, storms, far- flung lights, and the everyday working equipment of the light keeper a century ago. Right next to the tower stirs on the second floor, a specially-made video evokes the loneliness and isolation that was the lot of the l9th century keeper. The waterfront sites at Fisgard Lighthouse and Fort Rodd Hill are extremely photogenic, especially with the scenic backdrop of the Olympic Mountains in neighbouring Washington state. The Strait of Juan de Fuca almost always offers a wide variety of ships, from small sailing vessels, to enormous cargo ships, and the proximity of the Canadian Navy base means that military craft of several nations are often seen at close range. Wildlife at the sites includes Columbian black-tailed deer, river otters, mink, raccoons, harbour seals, and sea lions.
Lighting check - it's a keeper (IMG 4499a)
Lighting check - it's a keeper (IMG 4499a)
I contacted Michon via Model Mayhem and I'm very glad I did. Michon is a fascinating young woman - she is drop dead gorgeous, totally photogenic, extremely intelligent (she's going for her Masters), is creative, has a load of great outfits, and can move her body into positions I would never even try. She is a photographer's dream come true! I shot with Michon a a small group shoot in South Anchorage in April 2011. Strobist info - I used two flash units - a Canon 580 EX II and a Vivitar 285 Hv; the Canon was on 1/2 power through a white umbrella and the 285 HV was on 1/4 power; I tried to have each flash at a 45 degree angle from Michon. I used Cybersync equipment to trigger the flashes.

photogenic lighting equipment
photogenic lighting equipment
Wireless Radio Remote Flash Trigger 1 Transmitter + 1 Receiver for Alien bees, Balcar, White Lightning, Elinchrom, Bowens, Photogenic, Hensel, Broncolor, Norman Studio Strobe Flash Light
Radio Flash Trigger with 30m Effective range
1.4 selectable radio channels
Two LEDs for power and signal
The transmitter/receiver pair can be used to trigger all studio strobe light units by employing a 6.35mm standard phone jack or 3.5mm mini phone jack sync input (included in package)
The transmitter works with all cameras with a standard hotshoe socket (Except Minolta & Sony).

Flash sync speed: 1/250s
4 Radio Frequency: 433MHz
Transmitter Effective range: 30m without interference
Time of shooting: up to 20,000 times
Transmitter Power: 23A 12V battery
Receiver stand-by time: up to 45 hours(AAA batteries are not included)

What's in the Box:
1 x IS04-B Transmitter
1 x IS04-B Receiver with 6.35mm Plug
1 x 3.5mm-3.5mm Plug Adapter
Note: AAA batteries for the receiver are not included

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