Posts Tagged ‘lighting’
Do you need to shoot an interior location without any lighting equipment? No problem. Here’s how you rise to the challenge.
Easy to pack, easy to move. A solo filmmaker’s dream. Here’s an in-depth review of the Aptolux MP-1. Specs included.
Learn advanced voxel art material tips and tricks you can use for your MagicaVoxel creations—FREE MagicaVoxel Halloween models included!
Follow this step-by-step process of transforming a less-than-ideal interview location into something visually pleasing to the eye.
Cinematographer Michael Pessah discusses the lighting, camera, and overall planning it took to pull off shooting a beach night exterior. Smiley Face Killers is a treatise in …
Today, we’re going to discuss “Paris, Texas,” one of the best-looking films of all time, and explore how it was shot.
Today, we’re going to explore the intricacies of lighting a scene using natural light, geography, and the 180 Degree Rule.
Leko lights are a great way to capture natural-looking pockets of sunlight, or to cast light where no other light will go.
Don’t let the limitations and constraints of the filmmaking process deter you. You can still get a great-looking, cinematic image with a single light.
Almost any light can create a cinematic image if you modify it correctly. Here’s an introduction to the three primary ways to modify your lighting.
Add small, manageable-sized beams of light to your video project with the help of volumetric lighting — also known as “god rays.”