All of the images on this page were taken using the Adaptalux Studio.
The showcase badges show where an image came from.
Images from a pro photographer using the Adaptalux Studio in their work. We occasionally feature talented individuals on our blog where they talk in detail about their work and their experiences with our lighting system. If you’re interested in being featured in an article or the showcase, get in touch!
The team at Adaptalux are passionate photographers too. We’re always experimenting with new ideas & techniques using the Adaptalux Studio. Wherever you see this badge, there is an additional article and video tutorial exploring how the image was created, visit the blog to see more.
This image demonstrates how a simple subject like a shell can make for a beautiful photograph.
Using the highly controllable light from the Adapalux Studio, Eric was able to balance light and shadow to great effect.
This image of an ice cube captures the details of each water droplet. William used two blue Lighting Arms to add a dash of complementary colour to the ice – a notoriously difficult subject to photograph.
As an expert in exotic photographic methods and equipment, Don used Adaptalux UV Lighting Arms to create this stunning UV image of a South African succulent flower. Taken in complete darkness, this flower glows in amazing colours due to the phenomena we call Ultraviolet induced visible fluorescence.
Read about Don and his methods via the article below.
As an internationally published and award-winning photographer Tonya uses the coloured light of the Adaptalux Studio to set her work apart.
Read more about how she uses her skills to create drama and intrigue in her shots in her article.
Accentuating the shape of the spathe (the white leaf) was Andrew’s main goal with this image. Shot on a dark winter evening, the only light needed was that of 2 Adaptalux Lighting Arms with diffusers.
Andrew used a trick of holding the lens cap close to the lens hood to softly block out the bottom part of the photo, capturing the subtle drop off of light in-camera rather than fading it out in post-processing.
This abstract geometric art was created using a simple 3D printed hexagon toy and some coloured light from the Adaptalux Studio. A sheet of white paper acts as diffusion under the silhouette of the plastic.