set.a.light 3D is supposed to help photographers in the tasks of testing and planning their creative lighting ideas before the shoot. On the real set, the photographer can then totally focus on the model and the actual shoot, apply his time more effectively and take much better photos as a result. The model will also be more than grateful to him. As a nice side effect, the lighting setup is documented and can be smoothly exchanged with other photographers. This opportunity is already being utilized successfully by many photographers.
“set.a.light3D” enables the photographer to establish a light setting in a virtual environment where the probable image result can be simulated. The applied lighting technology is modeled after real light modifiers. The outcome is an artificial photo and a set plan that shows the photographer how he needs to set up the real photo studio in order to receive the previously simulated image result in the real studio as well.