Using Spekular LEDs as Practicals (or should I say Praktikals)

Traditionally speaking, a practical light is a working (i.e. “on”) light source that is in the frame. Those can be desk lamps, ceiling fixtures or TV sets. On a more creative take, it can be a glowing alien egg, A portal to another dimension, or a mysterious suitcase full of something shiny a-la Pulp Function.

While Spekular is great off camera, it performs exceptionally well in the frame as well. Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing.

Photographer Ofir Abe lights a Tattooed model with two Spekular Star Kits
DP Micah Tarrel using a Spekular Core kit as an overhead fixture for Discovery Channel’s Shark Week
Photographer Ofir Abe lights a model with two Spekular Star Kits
DP Graham Sheldon lighting a mythical mega-sword with two Spekular Core kits and an Expansion pack
Photographer and DP Stefan Kohler using 12 sets of Spekular Core kits and expansion packs for creating a Sci-Fi look
Photographer Joe Edelman lighting a model
Photographer and DP Stefan Kohler using Six sets of Spekular and expansion packs for lighting a music video

The next time you need to light s scene or create a look, think about leaving your lights in the frame!

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