So I'm setting up this light because for this client she is interested in having a little bit of a back light. Um So I thought I'd experiment with that. Honestly, like I don't think this is gonna be powerful enough to fight the daylight, but I want to be able to try and told her we could try it at least. Which is, you know, part of the being accommodating to one of your clients. Um and just being able to be versatile and what they need for what they're paying. So hence the light. This is actually a film light that we use for video. It's a constantly it's not a strobe, it's a really bright tungsten light. It's pretty powerful and it gets really hot. Um I wouldn't necessarily recommend using it for photography, but I come from a film background, so that's why we're using. Mhm.
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