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Photography Lighting

At Park Cameras we offer a wide selection of photography lighting for every creative set-up imaginable. Browse for studio lighting and accompanying light modifiers to shoot subjects including products, portraits and food photography. We also stock flashguns and LED lighting for run-and-gun creators, light meters to get the perfect exposure and you can save with used accessories, when building-out your perfect lighting kit.

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Photography and videography lighting falls within two main categories – interior studio lighting and location lighting, using continuous or flash modes. For the greatest versatility from any new light kit choose a lightweight solution with portable power. This gives you a system which works both in a studio and for location shoots.

A camera flash is the most portable option for portraits, fashion and to light smaller backgrounds, and can be used for studio and on-location photography. We have flashguns (speedlights) compatible with all camera brands, together with transportable light stands and flashgun accessories to refine your light output. Add a diffuser or flash gel for creative options, and take lighting to the next level with off-camera flash triggers and receivers.

Choose from our range of increasingly popular LED photography lights, which add the benefit of emitting both continuous and high speed flash output, often in millions of colours. This enables video and stills creators to use a single light, with compact portable models for location work along with the power required for elaborate studio shoots.

Whether you’re a working professional or enthusiast who enjoys capturing portraits of friends and family we have the perfect solution. Shop for complete photography light kits from industry leaders Profoto, Rotolight and Elinchrom, as well as Manfrotto who design a vast range of accessories for any creative situation. Enjoy free delivery on orders over £50 as well as a six-month warranty on most used camera accessories.

Frequently Asked Questions

What lighting do photographers use?

What lighting do photographers use?

Photographers use a variety of different lighting solutions for different situations. Speedlights and flashguns offer the best portability for indoors and outside, while LED lights provide continuous and flash mode for both photography and video. Studio lights are mains-powered and give you the brightest output for larger subjects.

What kind of lighting do I need for indoor photography?

What kind of lighting do I need for indoor photography?

For indoor photography choose between compact battery-powered flashguns and mains powered studio lights or LED lights. For more creative freedom consider adding two or three lights to your set-up, while light modifiers enable you to refine light output by softening and directing it onto the subject as desired.

Best wedding photography lighting

Best wedding photography lighting

The best wedding photography lighting can be as simple as a collapsible reflector, which can be held in one hand while you shoot, to more elaborate off-camera lighting using a speedlight or LED light. For the most flattering results soften light with a compact flash softbox or larger softbox.

Are LED lights good for photography?

Are LED lights good for photography?

LED lights are good for photography for several reasons. Firstly, they draw far less power, which is ideal when using batteries and most models offer both continuous and flash modes for shooting stills and video. Many include HSS (High Speed Sync) as well as virtually unlimited colours with RGBWW output.

How do you get good lighting for outdoor pictures?

How do you get good lighting for outdoor pictures?

You can get good lighting for outdoor pictures by using a handheld collapsible reflector to bounce light onto your subject and eliminate shadows. For more creative possibilities use a powerful LED light or flashgun, which can provide enough output to shoot during extremely bright conditions and overpower the sun.

Is it better to take pictures with a flash?

Is it better to take pictures with a flash?

It is better to take pictures with a flash when you want greater control of lighting within your image and to gain more exposure options. These include the ability to shoot with a lower ISO, using a faster shutter speed and with a narrower aperture when desired.

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Trade in your old equipment

Fast and easy trade in service ensures your old gear is collected efficiently and you are paid quickly! It's very simple to trade in your unwanted photography gear. Just head over to our dedicated Sell or Part Exchange page, fill out the details, and we'll get back to you with an offer for your old gear. Take the cash, or put it towards the cost of your new gear. It's up to you! Find out more

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