The principles of lighting are pretty universal. The way light responds to certain conditions may not seem intuitive, but it’s a property of physics that does not change. Many young videographers and budding cinematographers seems obsessed with trying to get a decently exposed shot, and it isn’t very hard.

The issue comes down to their process of overthinking: many tyro filmmakers make the mistake of adding too much light – rather than not enough. This lesson simplifies the issue for a standard interview setup. If students can master how to manipulate cheap clamp lights like these, then their lives will be infinitely better once they have access to professional equipment.


Lighting Tutorial: Cheap Lights for Pro Results 


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