SoftboxesIn this Video Karl takes a look at the versatile range of Softboxes from broncolor. Watch Karl as he demonstrates how they can be used with Speedlite flash guns and also other brand studio lights!Comments March 18, 2018 Log in to Reply mark spriggsThis has made it easier for me as im trying to build up my business and as im not working atm due to a back problem i cant afford much money for lighting so this has been very helpful to now that i can get good lighting with just speed light for the time being thanks karl February 7, 2020 Log in to Reply anisasabetHey there,This is a great video! Thank you!I want to upgrade my kit a little bit to include some kit good for portraits.I currently have a 90 octa, 120 octa (150 is probably too big for my space), a 90 square + a few strip boxes.I don’t have a huge budget, but would the deep focus umbrella & a 75 beauty dish be a good addition? Or another combination?Also, the deep focus that’s made for my Godox lights are called “parabolic”, and they come in a 90 and 120. Space is tight, so would a 90 be ok? I could fit a 120 if I really needed to.Thanks for the tips. July 26, 2017 Log in to Reply RAJESH SHARMAevery nice sir July 7, 2017 Log in to Reply Eric HlookoffHey Karl,Knowing what you know now…Outside of a good source of natural light, what would you recommend – strobes, speedlites, softboxes, etc. – as a minimum for equipment for a small home studio for headshots and individual portraits.Thanks! July 9, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl TaylorHi Eric, the minimum for me would be two lights but check out the lighting examples from 1-4 lights in the course ‘Light Source’ on the portrait section but I’d also recommend watching the theory chapters first as this will help you understand the ‘reasons’ better. This is a new course and the information will be gold in relation to your questions. Cheers Karl. July 12, 2017 Log in to Reply Eric HlookoffPerfect, thanks a bunch Karl.Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.