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New Profoto Adapter from Chimera Lighting Makes the Triolet Even More Versatile

Boulder, CO July 2016 – With the line between motion and still-content creators blurring more everyday, Chimera Lighting is proud to announce the release of the revolutionary Triolet to Profoto Adapter (9923).

Easily attached to the massively popular Triolet, a very price-point approachable continuous light fixture that can accommodate up to a 1000-watt bulb, this adapter allows you to use the light with Profoto’s wide array of light-shaping tools from reflectors to beauty dishes, and more.

Chimera Welcomes Light + Byte AG

With nearly a quarter of a century supporting the Swiss Imaging community, and a team of over 30 industry professionals We would like to welcome the Light + Byte team to the Chimera Lighting family.

Alex Buono DoP for the SNL Film Unit Talks About His Next Project and the Importance of Working with a Tightly Knit Crew.

Alex Buono hangs out with some pretty fun people. Having just returned from Colombia for a shoot on the second season of the satirical series Documentary Now!, the DP and director has been traveling the world for a new IFC show created by Saturday Night Live alumni Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Seth Meyers.
Alongside his impeccable resume, Buono is probably most famous for seventeen years of work behind the famous “mock” vignettes poking fun at commercials and pop culture on Saturday Night Live.

Expanding the Chimera Tech Lightbank family of ARRI SkyPanel accessories, Chimera Lighting announces a new model in the line: the Chimera Lightbank for the ARRI SkyPanel S120

Boulder, April 2, 2016— As the availability and use of LEDs has grown, so has the need for light modifiers to better sculpt the output from these efficient light sources. Responding to this industry need, Chimera Lighting has created Tech Lightbanks for ARRI’s S30 and S60 SkyPanel LED fixtures. The new Chimera Tech Lightbank series delivers the quality and durability that Chimera is known for.

DP and Educator Bill Holshevnikoff reflects on seeing light and the changing tech behind it all.

Known as one of the world’s preeminent lighting educators for almost three decades now, Bill Holshevnikoff says that one of the things he will warn his many workshop students about right off the bat is that once you start to understand how light works, you will never be able to see it any other way. “It becomes almost a subconscious thing,” he laughs. “It’s like showing the magic behind a trick; once you see how it’s done, you can’t really un-do it.”

From Film School to Grey’s Anatomy with Greg Reeves

As Assistant Chief Lighting Technician (Best Boy), Greg Reeves knows what’s going to happen next on Grey’s Anatomy but he’s not telling. In fact, he’s been privy to the secrets of this award-winning medical drama for more than a decade and has loved every minute of his tenure with the show.