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Ok, here are a few photos from Saturdays wedding, using the Cheetah lights in a "real world" setting. Some of the pics are a bit boring content-wise but I included them only to show you what I did with the lights.
As I mentioned earlier, I was very impressed with the reliability of these lights as well as the tremendous longevity of the power packs.
1. A very large group shot, lit with two CL-180's. One light, camera right, was bounced into a large umbrella with silver lining. The other light was bare bulb, on camera left. Sunlight provided the back lighting.
2. The reception took place in a large white tent. The lighting challenge was that one end was very bright while the other end was a dark hole. In the shot below, I had two lights, on the far left and far right, bouncing off the white walls to provide light on the groom getting ready for the garter toss. My third light was in the far right back corner on the "bright side" of the room, aimed at the center of the floor.
Outside, one light firing thru a shoot-thru umbrella.
Bride dancing with her dad. Three lights, all aimed at the center of the floor instead of bouncing off the walls.
One light, bare, aimed at the B&G to provide a touch of fill.
6. Forgot to add this one. During the ceremony, I had two lights in each of the "bright" corners, aimed at the altar so I would have some nice light on the couple. A third light was bounced off the white tent ceiling behind me to add a bit of fill.