Home Studio Lighting Kit by Erin Manning

Enjoy window light anytime, anywhere with the new Home Studio Lighting Kit, the latest addition to Westcott’s Photo Basics product line.  The kit includes (2) uLite constant lights with 6’ Light Stands, (2) 85-watt fluorescent lamps, (2) 20” Soft Boxes, and an educational DVD.  The constant uLites, combined with 85-watt fluorescents, provide perfect “what you see is what you get” lighting for photo and video.  Featuring 500 equivalent watts of power and true daylight balanced (5500K) temperature, these fluorescent lamps have a lifespan of over 8,000 hours.  This kit keeps things simple with portable, compact 20” Soft Boxes that set up and collapse in seconds. 

As the interest in digital photography continues to grow, so does the need for instruction in taking better images.  The Home Studio Lighting Kit includes an educational DVD, hosted by professional photographer, teacher and television personality Erin Manning.  Manning brings the viewer into her home and shows first-hand just how simple, affordable and effective studio lighting can be!

The DVD features instruction in setting up and using the Home Studio Lighting Kit as well as photography tips.  Manning’s clear, friendly teaching style helps viewers understand photography and lighting by translating technical details into everyday language.

Erin Manning, the author of Portrait and Candid Photography, is also known for her work as a digital photography expert and host of HGTV-HD and DIY Network’s Telly-Award-winning TV series The Whole Picture.

The Home Studio Lighting Kit made its debut on That Morning Show on E! Channel on October 21st.  Manning will also be demonstrating the Home Studio Lighting Kit on ParentsTV in November, with segments scheduled to run through January.  Segments featuring the kit will also be syndicated through Better TV and Comcast Video on Demand. 

The Home Studio Lighting Kit (# 407) will retail at $349.90, with a street price of $299.90.

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