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Light Revolution Is A Motorised Lighting Solution For Product Photographers

The Light Revolution set-up moves around your subject to generate even circles of light for better still life and product shots.

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Light Revolution


British commercial photographer and inventor Patrick Llewelyn-Davies has announced the introduction of a multi-platform lighting and camera system that is set to transform product and still life photography.


Light Revolution is a motorised lighting set-up that moves around the subject to generate circles of light, creating detailed images of the objects and can be programmed to be repeated. It's ideal for busy in-house studio photography but it can also be configured to shoot 360-degree product videos or to produce short movie title sequences with its creative lighting effects.

The system can be configured precisely to deliver many different lighting effects from emulating a ring flash through to a very hard, intense light, which is perfect for revealing fine textures. In this mode, the system works particularly well on metallic and highly textured subjects including metal, food, plastics, liquids and natural materials enabling unique, dramatic imagery to be created.

Light Revolution is available for purchase now. 

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