Continuous Lighting Setup

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Swanny86uk

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Hi all,

Didn't really want to join a photography forum to ask this question so hopefully someone on TechGuy has attempted this! I'm trying to get a setup for an infinite white background for some videos for my website, I've seen the following product which I think should work but just wanted to see if anyone here had an opinion on the product and whether or not it would work.

http://www.backdropsource.co.uk/Pro...kdrop-with-support-system-and-boom-light-kits

If anyone has any other suggestions that would be great, on a budget of no more than £300-£350 and would prefer UK based products to save on shipping hassle.

Thanks all,
 
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Fabric is best, and the more power/lumens you can get out of any solid and appropriately colored lighting for your money the better. Short-term you can sometimes get away with whiter shop lights from a hardware store, otherwise LEDs are a good bet but a little pricey.
 
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