By June 30, 2013 2 Comments

A Visit with Larson Enterprise

Larson Enterprise is the maker of the softboxes that I  have used for over 20 years (actually closer to 30) and still uses the same ones today!

We have been working with Jen Snow, owner, on designing a way to retrofit continuous lighting in existing softboxes as well as offer them in new ones. Making the transition for stills only to hybrid, we would like to maintain the same light quality, but use continuous light instead of strobes.

For our visit, we take a quick peek at the plant, and talk about Light Pro Expo.

For more information about Larson’s products visit:

About the Author:

As a studio owner and deeply talented photographer, Suzette Allen along with her husband Jon, create beautiful heirloom portraits of families, seniors and kids in central California. As photo educators, the pair travels the globe revealing the "ah-HA" tips for moving photos thru Photoshop with ease while they collect awards and accolades for their comfy, warm, and confidence-inspiring teaching style. Not interested in resting on their achievements, Suzette and Jon are determined to explore and share the integration of video, graphics and audio with her photography to create images with more depth and dimension than a single printed photo can reveal. Images that have no boundaries; images that appear larger than life as they are displayed on a small phone screen; images that move and move YOU when you see them. Hybrid "eProducts" that are easy to create, simple to sell, predictably profitable are the focus of their attention, imagination, and the centerpiece of Enjoy Suzette's wonderful images on display at

2 Comments on "A Visit with Larson Enterprise"

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  1. kevinj says:

    Love Larson products and can’t wait to see the lineup! You have to retrofit my 4×6… you’ll never pry it out of my hands.

  2. I know, right? so stoked about being able to do BOTH flash and Continuous light cuz who has room for Two of these beauties? :D …..Cant live without my 4×6!

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