Join Eduardo Angel for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Corporate and Documentary Video Lighting.
- Keep in mind, this video course is very hands-on, how-to-equipment oriented. If you are interested in learning more about why lighting, movement, and composition are the foundations of film making, make sure to check my courses, Lighting Design for Video Productions, Camera Movement for Video Productions, and Cinematic Composition for Video Productions, all available on lynda.com. Also, make sure you take a peek at the other video production, post production, and even photography courses on lynda.com.
If you haven't already, please also visit my website, eduardoangel.com and thedigitaldistillery.com. I really hope you found this course useful. Thank you very much for watching and see you soon.
Each chapter begins with a strategy session, and includes tips for capitalizing on natural light, repositioning the camera, and getting the final shot. Eduardo closes the course with a wrap-up of the shoots and some final thoughts on shooting video for corporate clients.
- Choosing your location wisely
- Working with natural light
- Picking a camera position
- Lighting the scene