AS and SL Instructable

Monolight-is a self-contained studio flash, typically but not always powered by an AC power source, which allows the fitting of light modification attachments such as umbrellas. It consists of a power source and a light head, all contained within a single compact housing.

Stands-A object that holds up your camera or lights.

Reflectors-is an improvised or specialized reflective surface used to redirect light towards a given subject or scene.

Pocket Wizards-is a wireless radio triggering system for cameras.

Hot shoe-is a mounting point on the top of a camera to attach a flash unit and other compatible accessories.

Sync cord-is a cable used to synchronize data contained on two devices.

Diffuser (Soft Boxes and Umbrellas)-scattering beam of light in many directions caused by sending light through semi-translucent screen

Barn doors-used in photography to cut off light from particular areas.

Gels-are transparent colored material used to modify lights for photography, video and theater.

Gobos or flags-is a device used in lighting for motion picture and still photography to block light.

Sandbags-makes equipment stable.

Tripods-way to hold your camera so you do not have to physically hold it.

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