Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a textured backdrop with lights, part of Video Gear: Lighting.
- Hi, my name's Rich Harrington. - And I'm Robbie Carman. - And this week we're going to continue our look at Gobos. Last week, we explored using some do-it-yourself approaches and this week we're going to step up to some more professional choices. - Yeah, the choices that we're going to talk about this week are pretty common throughout the industry. They're a little bit more robust and a little bit more durable. When you're looking to step up from the DIY approach to something that's a little bit more commercial, we have you covered this week.
- Lighting with LEDs
- Creating affordable textured backdrops
- Creating a hand-cut gobo
- Using precut metal gobos and virtual gobos
- Lighting with the Lume Cube
- Shooting pure white and pure black backdrops
- Using small portable and battery-operated lights
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Corporate and Documentary Video Lightingwith Eduardo Angel28m 56s Appropriate for all
DSLR Video Tips: Cameras & Lenseswith Richard Harrington8h 13m Appropriate for all
1. Lighting with LEDs
2. Creating Textured Backdrops Using Only Lights, Part 1
3. Creating Textured Backdrops Using Only Lights, Part 2
4. Lighting with the Lume Cube
5. How Do I Shoot a Pure White Backdrop?
6. Using Small Lights
7. How Do I Shoot a Pure Black Backdrop?
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