Tag Archive for: Geekoto

that awesome Rembrandt lighting

In todays blog post a video about one of the most beautiful lighting setups, the Rembrandt setup.
I also show you my favourite way of making this setup even better by adding an accent light.

You also get to see our new Geekoto softbox and the Rogue Flashbender.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask

You can get the products I use in our webshop by following the links.


Agent Carter in the house

Today some images from the set with agent Carter.
Model : Jona

Shot during a workshop with Gabe who took care of all the costumes.

As you can imagine we had a blast 😀

Shot with the Geekoto strobes, Nanlite and Rogue accessories

Wonder Woman in our studio…. oh yes

Today a few images from Jona in her wonder woman outfit.
Shot during a 3 day 1:1 workshop with Gabe who actually brought all the costumes with him for the workshops.


All shot with our Geekoto strobes.
Mainlight is the Nanlite Frensel.
Background : ClickpropsBackdrops
You can get all the gear I use, tutorials and backdrops via frankdoorhof.com/shop


And for the best colors 😀

Behind the scenes during the workshop in Oss with Geekoto small flash

In todays episode of the vlog we take you behind the scenes during our workshop in Oss.
This is the second and final part of the vlog about the workshop weekend that started in Pelt Belgium.

During the workshops the theme was “working with small strobes to create great images”, so we used our Geekoto strobes and accessories from Rogue and Nanlite to show you don’t need to break the bank, and can carry a complete studio in your bag to get great images.

With the Geekoto’s I’m able to bring my camera, lightmeter, 3 strobes with grips, 2 Rogue magnetic systems, Flashbender and Rogue Umbrella, iPad etc all in one backpack or rolling case. That’s very nice if you love working on location but don’t want to shoot different images than in the studio. And with 200-250 and 400W versions supporting ETTL and HSS you will be able to work under almost every situation. If it’s too dark, or if you want to work in the studio, there also is the option of using the build in modelling light.

For us the Geekoto is the perfect hybrid between a speedlight and studio strobe.


In case you missed it…
Here is part I