Long story short I shot bicycles professionally for 6 years with a full Profoto studio set up until I was made redundant last year . I've been approached by a small local bike company to do some product shots but the catch is that I'll need to provide my own equipment. Camera wise I'm fine (X-T2, 18-55, 56) but I'd need to shell out for lighting. With this being sporadic casual work I'd like to keep costs to a minimum. I'm used to strobes and know that I could manage with a simple 3 flash set up but this would still mean £600/£700 even for a basic set up. Continuous lighting seems to be a cheaper option, but having never used it I'm wondering if it's a viable option for what I'd be wanting to shoot? I understand that therell be limitations (more tripod use etc) and that a change of technique will be required, but is it doable?