A video image is made of light. In order to get the best image possible, quality lighting is critical. Lighting makes more of a difference to the quality of your final image than what kind of camera you use. A cheap camera with excellent lighting will get a better image than an expensive camera with […]
Quality lighting is incredibly important if you want your videomaking to look professional. Here are tips, tricks and techniques to get good lighting when making video.
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You do not need tons of fancy equipment.
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Lighting for video does not have to be hard. As a lifelong video producer who specialized in moderate and low budget productions, I figured out lots of ways to make my videos look good without having to spend hours setting up and tearing down lights.
Direct light (sunny day) creates deep, harsh shadows that have distinct edges.
Diffused light, (cloudy day) can be very bright but completely shadow less.
As a TV production professional, no matter where I was sent to shoot, (everywhere from the bottom of a cave to the governor’s office) the first thing I did was assess the light available to me. Windows, lamps, wall scones, anything already there.