Everything you need for professional-quality photos in the comfort of your own home. The uLite constant lights with window-light fluorescents stay cool to the touch and are perfect for photographing everything from children and babies to online video and portraits.
Erin Manning is a professional photographer, teacher and television personality. She helps people understand photography and technology by translating technical mumbo-jumbo into everyday words with a friendly teaching style.
The Educational DVD hosted by Erin features setup, usage and how to get creative with the Home Studio Lighting Kit. Join Erin as she takes a head shot for online profiles, creates a pizza party invitation, captures a play date with 3-year old twins and more!
Named a Hot One award winner by Professional Photographer magazine, the uLite is a compact 500-watt constant light with a low price tag. Unlike the competition, the uLite is constructed on a nylon-based polycarbonate with built-in tilter bracket that makes the uLite is extremely durable and heat-resistant. This is an ideal light source when working in small spaces and is compatible with both incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs.
Unlike traditional softboxes, uLite modifiers literally set up in seconds. With just a simple push on the uLite softbox's center bracket, this dedicated modifier assembles and locks into place providing control over your uLite. You can purchase the uLite and uLite softboxes separately or in kits.
All uLites are approved by both the CE the CSA for safety. These light sources are tested on heat emittance, durability, and construction, ensuring their ability to be used around infants, children, pets, and products.
These compact square and octagonal softboxes are designed specifically for the uLite. Both are rated for up to 500-watts and collapse in seconds making them very easy for travel.
“The Home Studio Lighting Kit is durable and safe to use around the house, cool to the touch, and works beautifully for still or video shoots. It's my instant window light.”
Erin Manning, Top Pro Photographer