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October 5th, 2009

A little light for any bag – Gene Higa Tip of the Week

Posted by Gene Higa

Gene Higa is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, but he’s got great tips for all kinds of photographers. In today’s Tip of the Week, Gene talks about the one light that always comes along when he packs his camera bags.

“I like that nice, available-light look.”

Be Part of the RESOLUTION: Gene has some great tips lined up, but we’re always eager to hear what you’d like to know more about. Leave your questions in the comments (with a link to your website, of course) and Gene will be happy to respond.


  1. October 5th, 2009 at 9:21 am

    Stephanie Lyell

    That looks like a great idea. What is the name of that light? I’d like to research it a bit. Thanks!

  2. October 5th, 2009 at 12:02 pm


    I love that light and have been looking for a good one – please share with us which one it is.

  3. October 5th, 2009 at 12:23 pm

    Brian Palmer

    Thanks Gene,
    Since that one is daylight balanced, does that cause issues with colors for the first dance if it’s an indoor wedding with Tungsten or Florescent Lights?

    Also, on a full charge how long does the light last throughout the day before having to switch batteries.

    Thanks, Brian

  4. October 5th, 2009 at 12:57 pm

    Gene Higa

    Thanks Livebooks!

    Hey all, yup this is a must have in your gear bag. The LED light is made by LP Micro. Hope this helps and happy shooting.

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