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Turning Your Photography Hobby into a Full-Time Career

Renowned American photographer Aaron Siskind once said: “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” Photography, in its many forms, continues to be a beloved pastime around the globe with countless individuals engaging in it on a regular basis. While many ... Read More »

set.a.light 3D V2.5.5 is here: New Lights, new models, scrims and lots of new content

set.a.light 3D V2.5.5 is here! (Free for all V2 Users) We`re happy to announce, that set.a.light 3D V2.5.5 is out! This Update is HUGE and brings new tools that extend your ability to create more complex lighting setups and creations, improves the handling of 3D objects and offers totally new combination options and much more. Explore the new features  Whether you’re ... Read More »

Community #SPOOKYCHALLENGE – WINNERS

Shortly before Halloween we challenged our community members to build something spooky with set.a.light 3D! There were many amazing spooky submissions. We saw spooky skeletons, possessed people, ghosts and witches.Thanks to each of you who shared your spooky vision with us. To make a final decision was really hard for us, because you all were very creative and created remarkable ... Read More »

Tips and tricks from 10 outstanding photographers from around the world

You´re looking for inspiring photographers, new ideas and individual advice and help?  That’s perfect! Today we introduce you to ten photographers, who will give you tips and advice about photography and the right lighting. 1. Lindsay Adler New York City-based fashion photographer Lindsay Adler has risen to the top of her industry, not only as a photographer but also as ... Read More »

In the studio with Ron Hautau – Get creative with colored gels + Lighting Setups explained

Cincinnati (Ohio) based photographer Ron Hautau created a dynamic and colorful lighting series in set.a.light 3D, that will catch your eye. Using colored gels, he was able to manipulate the light in a direction of an art aesthetic.He explains, that some of these setups were inspired by futuristic sci-fi movies, like “Ghost in the Shell” and that he played with ... Read More »