Photostitching, or creating an image composed of other many images, can be a bit similar to taking shots on film; you wouldn't really know what you'd get until you process it.
A good example would be this 7-shot photo that I took from a wedding of one of my friends in a charismatic community...
I rarely stay at school late in the afternoon, much less in the evening. So when I saw the wonderful blend of sunset colors in the sky, with the tower of the Main building standing out as always, I didn't hesitate to take a shot at it.
In a nutshell, A video light is basically a device that emits a constant light source, something that is different from conventional strobes or flashes. The upside to using a video light is that there is no sync speed to worry about, and thus virtually any shutter speed setting can be used. Due to its constant lighting though, the primary drawback of video lights is that they are usually weaker than flashes that could fire intense amounts of light in an instant.
Another property of the video light is the way it throws the light to the subject in a certain manner, as we can see with this photo: