Posts Tagged ‘lighting’
Shooting video on a blue or green screen can be tricky. We’ve rounded up some tips to help you successfully pull the cleanest key possible.
On low-budget documentary shoots, protecting the environment means careful use of natural light. But what if timing ruins a moment the crew can’t recreate?
Aputure has released 5 new accessories that will elevate your lighting game to a whole new level. Here’s what you need to know.
You don’t need an expensive lighting set up to get a cinematic look. Here are some simple tips to make dramatic lighting with household practicals.
No more looking for an outlet when you’re setting up lights on set. This DIY light kit offers mobile, cinematic light for under $200.
When lighting a set, you need to find creative ways to hide and motivate lights. In this short film, we lit an entire scene just once. Here’s …
Westcott’s brand-new Solix LED light is perfect for any filmmaker who needs a powerhouse light on the go. Here’s a quick look.
Aputure has just revealed their very first RGB panel light, which uses colors from the entire spectrum. Here’s what we know.
Fire looks great on camera, but capturing it effectively is more difficult than igniting something and pressing record. Here’s what you need to know.
If you need affordable 3-point lighting for your film or video project ASAP, these bundles can get the job done in a hurry.
In this video tutorial, we take a look at the differences between low key and high key lighting, and how to set up both styles.
Bounced light can soften your lighting without the use of diffusion materials, flags, or extra stands. Take a look at how it’s done.