Rumours of this site’s demise are greatly exaggerated

After a brief hiatus, Lighting Rumours coverage resumes. Please submit your tips, comments and suggestions!

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Things have been a bit quiet here at Lighting Rumours HQ. As we all know, the best way to procrastinate on one project is to take up another, so I am pleased to say whilst the past couple of years have yielded no new articles on this site, I did finish my PhD and start a new (remote) job in the meantime. Some prodding from Michael Sewell has encouraged me to revive the blog, not least because winter is on the way and everybody else in my family is already so proficient at other housebound hobbies (like Zwift, or making sourdough) that I cannot hope to compete.

There is plenty to discuss in the photographic lighting niche, whether it’s new product releases, crowdfunding campaigns, equipment reviews, photography tutorials or buying guides. Constraints of time (and expertise) mean I cannot cover everything alone, so your tips, comments and contributions are greatly welcomed. If there is something you would like to see reported on, reviewed or explained, send in your tips and suggestions. If you can spare a bit of time to write a few words of your own, then guest posts and contributing writers will also help keep the coverage rolling.

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David Selby
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.