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Photojournalist David Honl outs New Products to Honl Photo Line




Press release:

Michigan City, IN (PRWEB) January 9, 2010 -- Photojournalist David Honl has added 3 exciting new products to his well-respected line of Honl Photo professional lighting accessories for small flash users.


The David Honl: Light DVD
The David Honl: Light DVD is an entertaining introduction to Honl's small, quick, and nimble lighting setups. Joining him is his partner, actress Claudia Christian, along with actor Bill Mumy (Lost in Space), actress Pat Tallman (Night of the Living Dead), and a 40th Anniversary portrait for the Planet of the Apes. With a total of 10 dynamic lighting setups, David takes you through each quick 5-minute session, followed by explanatory lighting diagrams in David's studio. David insists, "When it comes to lighting, I've found most people are quite intimidated by it. To spread the word that there should be no fear in studio-quality lighting, and show that it can actually be quite fun, Claudia and I filmed several of my shoots this past year . We shot everything from a gourmet food shot, a cat headshot, and a glamour shot with a Frederick's model"
David Honl: Light DVD retails for $39.95

Honl adds 2 new filter kits to his lighting system line.
The Honl Photo Autumn Filter Kit includes 5 new colors including Rust, Medium Blue-Green, Egg Yolk Yellow, Dark Salmon, and Chocolate. The Honl Photo Hollywood Filter Kit includes Steel Green, Rose Purple, Follies Pink, Pale Lavender, and Smokey Pink. Both kits attach to the Honl Photo Speed Strap and can be used in conjunction with Honl Photo Speed Grids, Speed Snoots, and Speed Gobos. "Adding a splash of color to a portrait is a great way to create drama a depth to a portrait, and I'm thrilled to offer these new filter colors to my lineup- I hand picked them from some of my favorite shoots this past year" says Honl.

Each kit contains 2 of each filter and retails for $19.95 each

Honl Photo is a family business founded by photojournalist David Honl, and is run by his brother Ryan, and father Charles. Honl Photo products are available through the company's website at www.HonlPhoto.com and through camera dealers worldwide.

David Honl is a photojournalist with over 2 decades experience, his photography published by Newsweek, Time, National Geographic, and countless others. His work has brought him to Iraq, Turkey, Kazakhstan, and Jordan and he continues to develop new products while on assignment. His photography can be seen at www.DavidHonlPhoto.com

UK readers can find out more, including prices and availability, here.

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