Below are the on camera and off camera flash systems that Jason uses for his work.  Please note the systems that Jason is recommending have both a manual and TTL version.  Jason shoots with all manual flash systems meaning he doesn't use TTL.  If you require a TTL version a link for a TTL version is provided as well.  PLEASE NOTE:  All of the links below are for Bowens Mount systems (modifiers like softboxes, beauty dishes etc. that you may buy to pair with your light.  Bowens Mount is the most widely used mount for modifiers out there and is what Jason uses (stuff like the Westcott Rapid Box XL)

Godox AD600 Pro  - This powerful light works incredibly during high noon and can be used to over power this sun. Just a note, Jason tends to avoid using this long for extended periods (over an hour) during excessively hot temperatures (i.e 90 degrees fahrenheight or higher) or very humid conditions as it has killed the battery previously.

Godox AD600 Pro - This powerful light works incredibly during high noon and can be used to over power this sun. Just a note, Jason tends to avoid using this long for extended periods (over an hour) during excessively hot temperatures (i.e 90 degrees fahrenheight or higher) or very humid conditions as it has killed the battery previously.

Godox AD200 Pro  - this powerful speedlight is a portable option. While it can be used as a key light, it is a great light that can be used for fill and rim light purposes.

Godox AD200 Pro - this powerful speedlight is a portable option. While it can be used as a key light, it is a great light that can be used for fill and rim light purposes.

Flashpoint Xplor 600 High Speed Sync Monolight - when Jason wants to overpower the sun and create his legendary "fake skies" this is the light he uses. It's powerful, has a good recycle time, fires EVERY time and comes with a transmitter that goes on top of your camera shoe and the receiver is built into the light meaning this kit comes with everything you need for high speed sync off camera flash! What's even better? It's the absolute best priced light on the market beating other lights that are double, triple, or quadruple the price and deliver marginal performance at best (only in recycle time). If you're looking for great build quality, value, and performance, nothing beats this as a monolight.

Flashpoint Xplor 600 High Speed Sync Monolight- when Jason wants to overpower the sun and create his legendary "fake skies" this is the light he uses. It's powerful, has a good recycle time, fires EVERY time and comes with a transmitter that goes on top of your camera shoe and the receiver is built into the light meaning this kit comes with everything you need for high speed sync off camera flash! What's even better? It's the absolute best priced light on the market beating other lights that are double, triple, or quadruple the price and deliver marginal performance at best (only in recycle time). If you're looking for great build quality, value, and performance, nothing beats this as a monolight.

Links to each type of Flashpoint Xplor are listed below for each brand:

*Sony Manual Version

*Canon Manual Version

*Nikon Manual Version

Flashpoint Speedlight - this flash is a lithium battery powered flash that delivers long lasting consistent results and is only 25% the price of it's Sony, Nikon and Canon counterparts. What's even better is that it has a receiver built in that works with the R2 transmitter (the one used for the Flashpoint Xplor 600) meaning you can either put the flash directly on your camera, or you can use it as an off camera flash with the R2 transmitter! There are manual and TTL versions of this flash. This is an incredible value, well built, and you don't need to burn through your AA batteries like traditional flashes.

Flashpoint Speedlight- this flash is a lithium battery powered flash that delivers long lasting consistent results and is only 25% the price of it's Sony, Nikon and Canon counterparts. What's even better is that it has a receiver built in that works with the R2 transmitter (the one used for the Flashpoint Xplor 600) meaning you can either put the flash directly on your camera, or you can use it as an off camera flash with the R2 transmitter! There are manual and TTL versions of this flash. This is an incredible value, well built, and you don't need to burn through your AA batteries like traditional flashes.

Links to each type of Flashpoint Speedlight are listed below for each brand:

*Sony Manual Version

*Canon Manual Version

*Nikon Manual Version

Rotolight Anova Pro - this is one of the most revolutionary products in the world. It is the first professional grade LED light that also fires FLASH in normal and High Speed Sync modes, with NO recycle time. It is an incredible piece of equipment and is the one light that Jason would choose if he could only have one light to take with him to a shoot. There are two different versions of the Anova Pro. The Bi-Color is great for video work as you can change the temperature on the light. The 5600k version does not have the option to change color temperature but it is 2 stops brighter than the Bi-Color. Both units serve as a constant LED and flash unit and both can be powered by DC power or battery. The Anova Pro is approximately 4-5 times brighter than the Neo.

Rotolight Anova Pro- this is one of the most revolutionary products in the world. It is the first professional grade LED light that also fires FLASH in normal and High Speed Sync modes, with NO recycle time. It is an incredible piece of equipment and is the one light that Jason would choose if he could only have one light to take with him to a shoot. There are two different versions of the Anova Pro. The Bi-Color is great for video work as you can change the temperature on the light. The 5600k version does not have the option to change color temperature but it is 2 stops brighter than the Bi-Color. Both units serve as a constant LED and flash unit and both can be powered by DC power or battery. The Anova Pro is approximately 4-5 times brighter than the Neo.