• Nikon SB-800s
  • Bessey Knife
  • Manfrotto Justin Clamp
  • Cinefoil
  • Rosco Gels
  • MiniSolitaire maglites
  • Lastolite extending arm
  • iphone with flashlite etc. apps for coloured screens
  • LED Cateyes
  • LED single red / white minilight
  • Filter/ Gobo / Stencil / Tape Book
  • Rechargable batteries
  • Clear Tape
  • 160 LED rechargeable lightwand
  • 60 LED rechargable Stick
  • 7 LED torch
  • LED / Normal Maglites
  • 5 LED torch
  • Lightsphere Flash diffuser and throw head
  • Shaped card and tape stencil/ gobo
  • Shaped card and tape stencil/ gobo
  • Mini Fluro battery tube
  • Various large gel colours
  • Chris James filters
  • Wind up LED light

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Full kit Few "secret" lights missing!!
Also carry some sparklers...
Will wire up some various size hula hoops with some LEDs soon.
Need some big halogen torches 1 million candles plus to wash larger scenes so will try out a few friends first see which works and gels easily.

Carl André, Mishel Churkin, and 52 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Diana Goss:emulate me! 79 months ago | reply

    now theres a shot to whet any lightpainters appetite

  2. tdub303 79 months ago | reply

    where did you get those rechargable led wands?? (60 and 160)

    nice collection!

  3. Mishel Churkin 79 months ago | reply

    very impressive!!!!

    What power supply is used for Lastolite Extending Arm and Mini Fluro Battery Tube????

  4. Tourista de Mancunia 79 months ago | reply

    Some nice gear on show here dude, how do the gobos work, do you clamp them somewhere then point the light / flash through them?

  5. cfalguiere 69 months ago | reply

    I used it on a personal blog related to IT at claude-falguiere.blogspot.com/2009/07/sur-vel ocity-2009.html.
    Thanks a lot.

  6. cgsidekick 63 months ago | reply

    i was wondering if you could possibly tell me what you think this guy used to do this. is it the 60 led light heres the link voltronofawesomeness.com/imported-data/2009/2/15/ryan-sha... you have to scroll down to see it

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