Udemy - Lighting For Video On A Shoestring
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 60 kbps | 48 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 591 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Light professional looking videos with super inexpensive and easy to source lights.
Learn the basic concepts, tools and techniques to light interviews on location for business videos.
Build a strong foundation to understand the basic qualities of light, and how you can manipulate light for professional looking videos.
Learn about color temperature.
Practice setting your camera to the correct color temperature of light.
Recognize and utilize the difference between hard and soft light.
View examples of our super expensive industry standard tools of the trade.
Witness how we use shoestring budget lights for professional results.
Working knowledge can save you a lot of money when you start lighting business videos.This course is suitable for those just starting with video production, to seasoned pros looking for shoestring alternatives to work with the budgets of the exploding New Media production markets. We'll start by going over the basic principles and quality of light as it affects us with video production. Next we'll sample some of your industry standard tools of the trade, to springboard ideas for alternative, super low budget options. Next we'll look at and test a few of these super affordable lights, and even look at new lights sourced from home centers. After a little practice you'll have the confidence to approach a variety of location shoots without heavily investing in lighting equipment.
What are the requirements?
You should be familiar with your video capable camera and some photography basics. No experience with lights are necessary.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 10 lectures and 50 mins of content!
Learn the basic principles of lighting for video.
Light a professional looking interview with inexpensive, easy to source lights.
What is the target audience?
This lighting course is for people fairly new to video production who may not have access to all the super expensive, whiz bang lights and grip gear used in our industry.
Those with moderate to extensive experience may enjoy the on camera samples and test footage of lights purchased on a shoestring.