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Photography Diagram Kit

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Photography Diagram Kit

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A special kit that allows photographers to easily create their own Lighting Diagram.

Why Should Photographers Use Lighting Diagrams?

Well, there are several reasons:

✅Maybe you're running a course, a blog on photography, or you want to share your Lighting setup on social media, through the use of Lighting Diagrams, you can easily teach, explain and share some specific setup.

✅ If you want to run your photoshoot session smoothly, consider making a lighting diagram beforehand. Lighting diagrams allow you to communicate more efficiently your ideas to the team you're working on during the Photoshoot session.

✅ Amateur Photographer ?

Share your Lighting setup on social media; Instagram, Facebook groups, Pinterest, whatever you want… in order to get feedback and start discussion with passionate people like you to improve your skills. Again, through the use of Lighting Diagrams, you can do that with ease.


Firstly, it's not a software. It's a pack of Lighting Icons in high quality .PNG, then


Before all, Extract the zip file, when it's done, you'll see a folder named 'Photography Diagram Kit'

This folder contains more than +120 lighting Icons in high quality .PNG. This regrouped all you need for your diagrams.

  • Step 1: Create a draft on a paper. This could be helpful later when crafting your diagram. But you can also skip this step 😏
  • Step 2: Open up your favorite photo editor software. I personally use Photoshop, but you can use any photo editor software that you want as long as it supports PNG format.
  • Step 3: Now, all you have to do is to Drag and drop the icon that you need from the Diagram Kit folder. You're the pilot ! 🔥

It's easy for a passionate like you 😎

This kit is :

🔥Easy to use

🔥Compatible with any Photo editor software of your choice

🔥Of Professional Quality

🔥One time payment for a lifetime value

A Gold mine for Photographers ✨

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The ideal tool to craft your own Lighting diagram

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