Photography and video have some important differences between them, but perhaps the most important similarity between them is that good lighting is crucial to getting the best results. If you’re new to video and are honing your skills, check out this great video tutorial that will show you various lighting modifiers and how to use them to produce expert-level results. Karma.
Coming to you from Westcott Lighting, this great video tutorial will show you various modifiers for video lighting. By far one of the most common mistakes I see newer creators make when it comes to lighting is setting the wrong mood. As a beginner, you worry a lot about getting things right, and while this is of course important, it can lead to becoming too dependent on one or two fancy setups. prefer. Make sure that in addition to making sure your subject is well lit, you also consider what you want to convey with the light and what the onscreen content requires. Check out the video above for the full recap.
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