Photography Video Studio Continuous Macro Ring Light 5400K Day Lighting NG-65CP
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- Fashion beauty makeup ring light
- produce prefect catch lighting
- Lamp: 5500K Daylight Bulb included
- Fits on: Studs 5/8" (1.59 cm) and smaller.
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This ring light is widely used by Beauty Professionals and make up artist for the work. This CFL Ring Light casts an even, flattering lighting onto the subject.
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This came with 2 mounting options. One is a goose neck you have to screw to the base of the ring light. The other is a bracket you can clamp on to a tripod. You also need to screw that to the base of the ring light too. I hate the goose neck. I have several light stand that I tried this ring light on using the goose neck. It just doesn't seem secure enough for me. I have been using the clamp to secure it to my tripod. I wish it was easier to attach the mounting options, so if i wanted to, i can remove the goose neck quickly, and attached the tripod clamp to the ring light. I also wish the base of the ring light had a 1/4" thread so if I wanted to, I can attached the Ring light right on top of my tripod. It takes several minutes to screw the clamp to the ring light and remove the thumb screws of the clamp, attached the clamp to the tripod then tighten the thumb screw to secure the clamp. I would hate to do this while I am in a middle of a photo shoot. I will also add a picture of the clamp that I am talking about.
I will make a carrying case for this ring light out of a big canvas bag and gluing some foam boards on the insides of the bag.
I also like the fact that its a daylight bulb and bit fluorescent. It makes your skin look more life-like vs the neewer ring lights.
Take a look at my youtube videos if you want to see the light in action. I use it covered in 2 white tshirts with two cowboy studio umbrella lights on both sides of me
Below are photos ive taken with my lights
This is, believe it or not, a significant problem with non-industry-level ring lights like these. The caveat of a ring light is that you basically have to shoot through it, as shooting from the sides will introduce the directional shadows you're using a ringlight to avoid in the first place. This means that if you want to create a ring catchlight in your subject's eyes that is aesthetically pleasing (i.e. the right size rather than a pinprick or a gigantic ring), you need to place the light a certain distance from your subject. Without being able to adjust the brightness, people can be easily overexposed. This is a big, bright, hot light.
Other than that however, fantastic light. For most people's needs, you can't go wrong.