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    • I don't have permission to publish yet sorry - client is still reviewing.

      There are plenty of examples on the lume web site though. Quite a few video on YT too.

    • I occasionally use torches to light a shot particularly when I teach a workshop, showing the people in the workshop that you don't need all the latest high tech speedlites, Also helps when I don’t have the right brand speedlites for all the partisapants, to show the effects of lighting. As an minimum I use a 1000 Lumen torch if shooting outside even so you need to get close to have an effect, Anything less is usually not enough to have much effect, so the 1500 Lumens on a Lume cube. At 1000 Lumens you don’t want to shine it in your face, your eyes will certainly know about it. I don’t think I have a lite and unlit shoot with a torch.

    • There is one light behind Fiona to give outline definition and there is one to right of screen to balance up the daylight coming through the big windows to the left. Neither were at full power.

      Shot on the Nikon Z6 with 50/F1.8 and D800 with Sigma 35/1.4, Edited in FCP and Apple Motion. Rode Wireless GO mics.