Many of us are thinking about getting some studio lighting at the moment, mainly down to Tonser's and Saintly's quality results using it. I thought i'd show you a shot that Saintly took at mine, using his Bowens set up, it's really good stuff.
Not sounding dim pal, when Graeme, John and I did the first PFK step by step, we uses almost the exact same model, just had one light and this was the resultjohnny70 said:Without wanting to sound dim could i use something like site lights like this..http://www.screwfix.com/prods/14558/Lig ... ite-Light# I ask as 1. I have no experience with studio lighting and 2. I have access to lights like these, anything I can do to improve my tank photography