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
Today I’m taking you behind the scenes of a recent music video I shot in Ecuador for the artist Renkai (song “Fly”). I show you how I lit and shot a scene, and talk about other important elements that made it possible to make my work as cinematographer look good. Continue reading How to Light a Film Like a Cinematographer | Job Shadow
I just noticed that B&H has a whole bunch of deals on studio lights, including gear used on big budget Hollywood productions. Continue reading Damn good discounts on lighting gear! Save $1K and more on Digital Sputnik and Joker kits
I recently got new LED lights from CAME-TV. To test them out, I set up a little 3-point light mock-up interview. Continue reading 3-Point Interview Lighting with world’s smallest Fresnel lights – Boltzen LED
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
A quick tutorial about sandbags.
If you’re ever working with lights, then you should be using sandbags to prevent the light stands from tipping over and breaking your lights or someone’s head. Continue reading Sandbags!!!
Today I will test out new breed of lights hitting the market. Continue reading LED Fresnel Lights