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#1 Scott Bryant

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Posted 07 December 2008 - 10:32 PM

My budget is in the $500-600. Yeah I know its not a lot to work with. I was thinking about getting a kit of four of these lights with stands and barn doors:

https://02c4947.nets...?...&ProdID=114

Since it is 4 open face 800W lights, would that be too limiting as far as setup options? I'm figuring I just want as much light as possible so I can shoot on slow stock and then I can use fabric or poster board to flag and control the light. I know ideally i should rent for now, but with no rental houses within 4 hours it seems like purchasing would still be the best bet due to shipping etc. Ideas? Thoughts?
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