5 Unexpected Uses for the Lume Cube 2.0

5 Unexpected Uses for the Lume Cube 2.0

Lume Cube lights were designed with versatility in mind. Because of how portable our lights are, especially the Lume Cube 2.0, there are countless uses for them when it comes to creating and exploring. Keep reading to see 5 unexpected ways we have seen creators use our Lume Cube 2.0!

lume cube 2.0 mounted on top of sony dslr camera at lake

5 Unexpected Uses for the Lume Cube 2.0

1. Night Sports

With the Lume Cube 2.0, the fun doesn't stop once the sun goes down. We have seen people globally use our lights while night surfing, biking at night, and even night snowboarding.

man surfing wave lit by lume cube 2.0 man walking holding surfboard man surfing a wave at night lit by lume cube

Photos by: Jake Marote (@jake_of_all_trades)

2. Cave Exploration

A cave becomes significantly less scary as long as you are carrying a Lume Cube 2.0 light with you. Chris Higgins has taken our durable cubes into some incredibly deep places. Our lights are not only for creators, but explorers who need a little extra help along the way.

underwater photo of people swimming in cave man swimming in cave, half of image is underwater

Photos by: Chris Higgins (@chrishigginsphoto)

3. Underwater

Lume Cube 2.0 lights were designed with adventure in mind. Did you know our little cubes are waterproof up to 30 feet?

Whether it's for diving, wave photography, or lighting up certain subjects underwater, our lights can help. Trevor Farrow shows us how he uses his cube to light up the bottom of this houseboat in Lake Powell with this shot.

boat on lake

4. Exploring Abandoned Buildings

Whether you are trying to light up the inside of an abandoned building or using one of our drone lighting kits with Lume Cube 2.0s, these lights can help illuminate wherever you need it. Gary Cummins is somewhat of an abandoned building pro and uses our lights in a multitude of ways when on site.

abandoned building under night sky abandoned house under night sky in a field

Photos by: Gary Cummins (@garycphotography)

5. Toy Photography

We are lucky to be a part of a large toy community that exists today. If you don't know, toy photographers exist to create "life-like" realities in photos using toy figures and incredibly constructed sets. The end results are epic. Many toy photographers use and are fans of the Lume Cube 2.0 for its size and versatility that enables them to elevate any scene they are curating.

floating action figure toy floating action figure toy surrounded by smoke lume cube professional lighting kit layout on table with toy figure

Photos by: Isaiah Takahashi (@blksrs)

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