Video Lighting: Master The Art of Lighting in Video and Film
What you'll learn
- how to use lighting equipment
- types of lighting to use
- color temperature of lighting
- learn about dynamic range & lighting
- electrical requirements of video lighting
- you will learn how to use essential lighting equipment and techniques in order to accomplish desired aesthetic effects
- basic knowledge of video
Digital video has introduced all kinds of possibilities for do-it-yourself video and film.
Believe it or not, your videos can look almost as good as professionals without buying new cameras. The secret is in better lighting.
While broadcast television networks do use better quality cameras, the fact is the major difference between Uncle Joe's underexposed home videos and really excellent broadcast television pictures is principally lighting and exposure.
In this course, Video Lighting Basics, you get a crash course in the basics of video lighting, including a few tips to get around the most common problems you'll run into in your productions. You will learn how to use essential lighting equipment and techniques in order to accomplish desired aesthetic effects.
This course will teach you how to get the lighting perfect for any shot, in studio and out. We’ll teach you how to master the art of light rigs, so wherever you find yourself shooting someone, you can make them look great and produce a professional-looking video.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in learning lighting for video and film
David is a Videographer, Photographer, Producer, Entrepreneur & Web Content Manager.
David started his professional videography & photography businesses at the young age of 19 where he mainly worked within the sport of snowboarding. He has since expanded his services and now specializes in business promotional content and a wide variety of other camerawork.
Dave's work has taken him to Africa, Europe, Cuba, most of the Caribbean Islands, Mexico, Canada and all over the United States.
His clients make up a list of who's who of the Fortune 500: General Electric, Verizon, Costco, Sears, Ford, Coca-Cola, Macy's, 3M, AT&T, and Kraft Foods, to name a few.
He has also worked for ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Discovery Channel, History Channel, A&E, and ESPN.
His aim is to teach individuals and small businesses ways to create better videos and photos.