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What should be in your toolkit?

What should be in your toolkit?: Video Product Lighting Techniques
What should be in your toolkit?: Video Product Lighting Techniques

On a product shoot, it's essential to keep a well-prepared tool kit close by. Scissors, tape, and clothespins are a few important tools. Greg shares his tool kit and talks about the kits he has seen and worked with. Having your tool kit prepared and readily accessible will save time on your next shoot and help you focus on being creative and successful.

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Skill Level Appropriate for all
41m 38s
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Filmmaking Shooting Video Video Video Editing

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