Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Small lights, part of Video Gear: Lighting.
- Hi, my name's Rich Harrington.…Welcome to this episode of Video Gear Weekly.…We're joined by guest Jim Ball…who's a Director or Photography.…Jim, how you doing?…- Good, thanks.…- And this week we've got some small LED lights.…We've taken a look at professional lighting…before with LED lights.…These are much tinier and I think…there's some benefits to having…some extra tiny lights in your kit.…What are some of the reasons why you use…small lights like this?…- Well, you just never know where there's…going to be a use for something tucked away…in a place you can't get a traditional bigger light.…
And sometimes you actually want to have something…right on the camera.…Especially if you're working alone…and you're moving around a lot.…Sometimes the best choice is to put it…right on the camera.…- So lots of reasons here.…We've got lights ranging from $50 lights…to several hundred dollars, but we're…going to walk you through some of these options…and the pros and cons of the different form factors.…
- 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 Intermediate
Corporate and Documentary Video Lightingwith Eduardo Angel28m 52s Intermediate
DSLR Video Tips: Cameras & Lenseswith Richard Harrington8h 13m Intermediate
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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