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Why change the color of lights

Why change the color of lights: Video Production and Post Tips of the Week
Why change the color of lights: Video Production and Post Tips of the Week

Every light from a candle and your car’s headlights to the sun has a color temperature. This means that there is either a warm or cool color to the light and is expressed with the Kelvin scale. What does this mean for augmenting your light? In this video, author Robbie Carman and guest Kevin Bradley discuss what color temperature is and how it affects how you light a shot.

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