In this filmmaking and cinematography tutorial I will show you how using shadows can help add extra dimension and life to your subjects. Continue reading Using shadows and light to shape your scene
In today’s tutorial I will show you an easy technique for lighting an interior night scene with a thunder lightning effect outside the window. Continue reading Interior Night Lighting Cinematography Tutorial with Thunder Effect
Watch me breakdown the cinematography of the music video “Está Rico” which was directed by Carlos Perez & shot by Joseph Labisi, ASC. Continue reading Cinematography Breakdown ➡ “Está Rico” Marc Anthony & Will Smith
Today’s tutorial is about how to film interviews, especially focusing on the use of light-weight, portable equipment. Also, at some locations we did not have access to the electricity. Fortunately, these days you can get good-performing lights that run off batteries. Continue reading Great Looking Interviews: 2-minute filmmaking tutorial
Here is a review of a powerful yet soft LED from iLEDGear. Continue reading Horror film lighting with a single LED!
In today’s tutorial, I show you how I recreated a scene from the movie “Sin City”. Continue reading How we remade a scene from “Sin City”
Here is a softbox for LED panels that I like a lot. It is quick to set up and folds to a very small size. It produces a nice soft light. Continue reading D-Fuse Quick Pop-Out Softbox for LED Panels
I wanted to show you a new set of LED lights that I used on a film I shot. Continue reading LED Lights – Thin, Good Quality and Cheap
Even though I normally have access to lighting equipment, I often just use the sun and a reflector to light the films or music videos I work on. This way I can move fast and save a lot of money by not renting those huge and expensive HMI Par lights (but if you want to learn to use HMI Pars, I have a tutorial about them too). Continue reading Lighting using just the sun & a reflector
Today I am super proud to announce that my new tutorials are available for sale on the STORE page. The best part is that it’s only $24 dollars! Continue reading Lighting Dozen – New Cinematography Tutorials!