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Pro-Lighting Studio makes professional lighting easy


After Pro-Lighting: Skies, Blender Guru's Pro-Lighting studio is the next step in making it easier for you to beautifully light your scene in just a few clicks. Pro-Lighting studio offers a wide range of light setup that can quickly applied to your scene

Pro-Lighting Studio is a Blender addon that helps you produce gorgeous results, with dozens of interesting lighting suggestions for your model.

With Pro-Lighting Studio, you’ll discover new lighting setups, and create your best render in minutes.

Pro-Lighting Studio sells for an introductory price of $97 (ex VAT) until March 3rd. The regular prices hasn't been published yet.


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Bart Veldhuizen

I have a LONG history with Blender - I wrote some of the earliest Blender tutorials, worked for Not a Number and helped run the crowdfunding campaign that open sourced Blender (the first one on the internet!). I founded BlenderNation in 2006 and have been editing it every single day since then ;-) I also run the Blender Artists forum and I'm Head of Community at Sketchfab.


    • Agreed. We all have to make a living, but I suspect the 'introductory' (and ex VAT) price of $97 will be of no interest to 97% of Blender users. And it's another $97 for the 'skies' package. Considering Blender is given away for nothing, I find these double-digit prices distasteful.

      • Come on they put a lot of work into this. And the UI and workflow seems to be good and solid.

        If a pro really needs this is a different question. I think this is rather an asset manager than a lighting studio. Cannot you do the same by hand equally fast?

          • My concern is that Blender could get a bad reputation for being as expensive as the competition "Sure, they claim it's 'free', but then you have to pay $500 for all the useful addons!".

      • even a price as cheap as $1 would probably turn off 97% of all users.

        i cant really comprehend your point "considering blender is given away for nothing", either. if you think this through, any kind of work done inside blender would have to be given away for free just because the tool did not cost anything..

        also would you ask someone in real life to work for you long hours and offer him just a few dollars? time to develop some respect for digital work, i guess.

    • There's an interesting balance Andrew has to determine for himself. - If he sold 5 times as many copies at $25.00 instead of $97.00 he would be ahead. But I assume he knows more about his business than I do. I just hope he keeps producing his add-ons. They're very useful.

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