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!
Not sure what lights to buy for your next production? Continue reading LED Lights – What is the best deal?
In this tutorial I show a neat little lighting trick that can be used in any film or music video that simulates a movie theater setting. Continue reading Lighting Trick: simulating a theater or tv screen