Ever thought of using a $15 dollar mirror as a main light source? In this tutorial from The Slanted Lens, learn how to turn a single strobe or flash source into a several different light set-ups using an inexpensive mirror from a hardware store and a few reflectors. This set-up would also work well if you are traveling light and need a little more punch in your images.
“Combining a single strobe head with a reflector and a $15.00 dollar mirror from Home Depot we can make a single strobe head look like several heads on set.”
Advance One Light Set-Up Tutorial
For the Gear Heads
Don’t forget to grab a $15 mirror from a hardware store.
How would you work with this set-up in your work? Can you think of any improvements without adding another light? Let us know.
Until Next Time . . .
Stay Inspired ~ Jules
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