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I want to dive head first into lighting my studio shots while having some flexibility for outdoor and long distance use.

I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off-camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (let's say to light a subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject illuminated at dusk time).

The third will always sit in my home studio so it can be whatever, no need to even be portable, though portability is a big plus.

I know I need stands, I'm guessing strobes would be best for my needs, and as for everything else required, I am clulessclueless.

I also want to be able to get all three to fire together for home studio portraits.

can anyone list the hardware ill require to make this happen? I am lost when it comes to what i need to get the mountain top flash to fire when not in line of sight and very far away.

also what does it take to get the three flashes mentioned above to fire at once?

I want to dive head first into lighting my studio shots while having some flexibility for outdoor and long distance use.

I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off-camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (let's say to light a subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject illuminated at dusk time).

The third will always sit in my home studio so it can be whatever, no need to even be portable, though portability is a big plus.

I know I need stands, I'm guessing strobes would be best for my needs, and as for everything else required, I am cluless.

I also want to be able to get all three to fire together for home studio portraits.

I want to dive head first into lighting my studio shots while having some flexibility for outdoor and long distance use.

I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off-camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (let's say to light a subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject illuminated at dusk time).

The third will always sit in my home studio so it can be whatever, no need to even be portable, though portability is a big plus.

I know I need stands, I'm guessing strobes would be best for my needs, and as for everything else required, I am clueless.

I also want to be able to get all three to fire together for home studio portraits.

can anyone list the hardware ill require to make this happen? I am lost when it comes to what i need to get the mountain top flash to fire when not in line of sight and very far away.

also what does it take to get the three flashes mentioned above to fire at once?

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I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off camera-camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (letslet's say to light a subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject eliminatedilluminated at dusk time).

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lookign for lighting for 3 light setup

i want to dive head first into lighting my studio shots while having some flexibility for outdoor and long distance use.

I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (lets say to light a subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject eliminated at dusk time.

the third will always sit in my home studio so it can be whatever, no need to even be portable. big plus if it is.

i know i need stands, im guessing strobesd would be best for my needs, and as for everythign else required i am cluless.

i also want to be able to get all three to fire together for home studio portraits.

Looking for lighting for 3-light setup

I want to dive head first into lighting my studio shots while having some flexibility for outdoor and long distance use.

I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off-camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (let's say to light a subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject illuminated at dusk time).

The third will always sit in my home studio so it can be whatever, no need to even be portable, though portability is a big plus.

I know I need stands, I'm guessing strobes would be best for my needs, and as for everything else required, I am cluless.

I also want to be able to get all three to fire together for home studio portraits.

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i want to dive head first into lighting my studio shots while having some flexibility for outdoor and long distance use.

I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (lets say to light sa subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject eliminated at dusk time.

the third will always sit in my home studio so it can be whatever, no need to even be portable. big plus if it is.

i know i need stands, im guessing strobesd would be best for my needs, and as for everythign else required i am cluless.

i also want to be able to get all three to fire together for home studio portraits.

i want to dive head first into lighting my studio shots while having some flexibility for outdoor and long distance use.

I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (lets say to light s subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject eliminated.

the third will always sit in my home studio so it can be whatever, no need to even be portable. big plus if it is.

i know i need stands, im guessing strobesd would be best for my needs, and as for everythign else required i am cluless.

i also want to be able to get all three to fire together for home studio portraits.

i want to dive head first into lighting my studio shots while having some flexibility for outdoor and long distance use.

I have a Nikon d7000 and sb700 now.

I want to be able to use my sb700 as one of the three off camera lights.

I want to be able to use one of the lights outside and at far distances (lets say to light a subject on a mountain while shooting from its base and getting the subject eliminated at dusk time.

the third will always sit in my home studio so it can be whatever, no need to even be portable. big plus if it is.

i know i need stands, im guessing strobesd would be best for my needs, and as for everythign else required i am cluless.

i also want to be able to get all three to fire together for home studio portraits.

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