How to Light a Low Budget Music Video
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How to Light a Low Budget Music Video

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Created by Sean Tracy
Published 7/2020
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Current price: $13.99 Original price: $19.99 Discount: 30% off
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Lighting for Video
  • Cinematography Skills
  • Lighting for Exteriors
  • Lighting for Interiors
  • Camera Movement
Requirements
  • Basic foundations of filmmaking
  • A basic understanding of exposure (aperture, ISO, shutter)
Description

This lighting class was created for beginner to intermediate filmmakers looking to improve their cinematography skills.

In this class, I'll walk you through each shot of the music video I made for Jessica Lynn's "Run To" which began airing on Country Music Television, Music Choice, and Vevo in June of 2020. You can see the full video here.

I'll show you what camera, lenses, and other equipment I used and show you in-depth breakdowns of the lighting schemes for each shot.

All the lessons are short, easily digestible, and actionable. After watching this course you'll have the confidence to go out and make a great-looking music video.

Who this course is for:
  • Beginner and Intermediate Filmmakers
Course content
Expand all 17 lectures 52:13
+ Module 1.1 Project Overview
1 lecture 02:43

Let's take a look at the big picture overview for this course.

Preview 02:43
+ Pre-Production
3 lectures 06:34

Let's take a look at some useful tools I bring to every location scout and what I'm looking for as both a director and a DP.

Module 2.1 The Location Scout
03:54

Here are some simple tips for finding and compiling a reference board you can use to pre-visualize your project.

Module 2.2 - Reference
01:52
Module 2.3 - Crew Breakdown
00:48
+ Gear
1 lecture 03:23

Let's talk gear!

Module 3.1 - Camera and Lenses
03:23
+ Cinematography Breakdowns
10 lectures 36:57
Module 4.1 - Shot Breakdown
02:06
Module 4.2 - Shot A
03:41
Module 4.3 - Shot B
06:02
Module 4.4 - Shot C
03:03
Module 4.5 - Shot D
02:11
Module 4.6 - Shot E, F and G
02:19
Module 4.7 - Shot H
03:17
Module 4.8 - Shot J
03:44
Module 4.9 - Shot K and L
03:12
Module 4.10 - The Band
07:22
+ Your Assignment
1 lecture 01:26
Module 5.1 - Your Assignment
01:26
+ Thanks
1 lecture 01:10
Module 6.1 - Thank You
01:10