Lighting is one of the most important aspects of video production and photography. At their core, pictures and videos represent visual information; when ambient light is insufficient, this information can be irretrievably lost, leading to lackluster images that appear shadowy, colorless and flat. On a bright tropical day, this usually isn’t a problem – compensating for too much light is easier than conjuring it up where none exists. If you want to capture images at dusk or underwater, however, camera lights are an absolute necessity.
BonPhoto offers rental camera lights and strobes for both video cameras and photo cameras. If you want to capture the beauty of Bonaire’s underwater world the way it was meant to be seen, our camera lights are an excellent choice.
Illuminate your shots with our reliable camera lights
Water attenuates sunlight quickly; as you move farther away from the surface, the intensity of light will decrease exponentially. As a result, visibility drops – colors fade and objects become more difficult to see clearly. Camera lights combat this by adding light where it is needed: in the scene itself. By using camera lights, you’ll be able to avoid the risk of underexposure completely and capture crisp images in living color.
That’s why BonPhoto always recommends using camera lights when you plan to take pictures or record videos underwater. Our camera lights are durable, reliable and affordable, with rental rates starting at $20.00 per day.
Want to learn more about using lights with your camera?
Working with camera lights can be challenging, especially if you haven’t done so before. Thankfully, BonPhoto can help. If you’re unfamiliar with the use of camera lights, our professionals will be more than happy to teach you what you need to know. We offer a variety of photography and video courses that cover important topics such as lighting conditions and the use of external lights and strobes.
Do you want to rent a light for your camera, or would you like to learn how to use camera lights effectively during your trip to Bonaire? Please feel free to get in touch with BonPhoto if you have any questions.