1. Creative Director Gilda Horgan said. A wonderful photographer I worked with, Mike DeCicco, used them and he performed magic, I'll tell you. I have been an in house art director/creative director for 25 years and worked with dozens of photographers. Love your product.
2. The Smithsonian. I saw them when working for the Smithsonian, (8 LIGHTRIGHT sets) Michael Barnes. https://siarchives.si.edu/history/exhibits/African-Americans/michael-barnes
3. My name is Nadir Hashem. I’m a professional Egyptian photographer and I’ve been using your reflectors for almost 24 years since I purchased that first set that I still use till now in spite of the intensive use its been subjected to. I think it was 1993 when I got it from New York and since then i’ve been trying to locate your company. luckily i was successful and here we are.
4. I saw a very positive article in Popular Photography. I learned about LIGHTRIGHT from the recent very positive article in Popular Photography. I have been doing macro photography of minerals for over 20 years, and reflectors and positioning them has been an important part of my success with this type of photography. However, your system should be easier to use than my white index cards and small pieces of tin foil. The inability to accurately place my reflectors was frustrating and led me to hand holding them while the self-timer was counting down. Not the most ergonomic solution for my back! Also I can see the utility of using these reflectors with a light tent on other types of items that need to be photographed. Thank you for your quick response to my order.
5. Studio equipment.
Of all the little and big things in my studio, I am so picky about my LIGHTRIGHTs! Don't know what I'd do without them.
6. Andrew Reiner, working with a food Photographer in Austin, TX. Saw how great they worked, so I ordered a set. http://www.andrewreinerphotography.com/austin-food
7. IceLand Photographer. I did some still life a while ago and a good friend an American photographer who lives here in Iceland borrowed some to me and I held on to them until he had to force me to give them back :-) They are great and I am looking forward to get them myself. I am constantly recommending them friends and I should really be your agent here in Iceland. I fell in love with the simplicity and versatility AND the low price that makes it possible to get a bunch of them for small and weird product shoots. I primarily use it for food shoots and I like them best for the fact that they are not "very" reflective like mirrors and such. Thanks for a great product."
8. 19 year old LIGHTRIGHTs. I have to laugh; We kept ours going with Tape, extra cardboard backings, and a a lot of prayer, and TLC. Trust me, if times weren't so tough, I'd have ordered 4 sets no questions asked. However, I'll probably be ordering 1 or 2 sets soon, and to reiterate, your product is one to the best tabletop reflector systems out there. If you ever need a testimonial, and help promoting to the retailers or customers, let me know.
9. Bill Lizor & Jackie Andress saw them on.. I heard about your product via a Lynda.com tutorial on lighting for product photography. Thank you so much.
10. Linda Paul said. I saw them mentioned in a book, "Food Photography & Lighting" by Teri Campbell. https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/food-photography-lighting
11. Cate Goedert found them. The LIGHTRIGHTs are brilliant. I heard about them in a class taught at the Santa Fe Photography Workshops. Terry Monahan of Chimera was the instructor. FYI. I used the LightRight kit yesterday for the first time and it's fabulous. Took shots of silver jewelry - see attached. Couldn't have gotten the images without the kit. Just wanted you to know. Thanks! Cate http://terry-monahan.com
THANKS TO YOU ALL. Gary Bartholomew