The Cinematographer for our favorite Underwater Short Film and Blog (The Underwater Realm), Eve Hazelton, put together three basic lighting and greenscreen tips and tutorials for PhilipBloom.net to illuminate a some concepts:Read More
LoweRuno Productions shares some modifications he made to his construction work lights to re-purpose the for video use. The results aren’t spectacular but if you absolutely have to use these abominations (as opposed to bare bulbs which are readily available), these modifications can come in handy.
Master Director of Photography Shane Hurlbut, ASC talks about how the current crop of digital cameras have allowed DPs to build a basic lighting kit using commonly available household lighting fixtures. He demonstrates this first by illustrating how he lit 8 blocks in Puerto Rico and then discussing the fixtures of his traveling lighting kit:Read More
It’s getting to be that time of the year, the days are getting shorter and the weather is getting nippier (at least up here in the norther hemisphere). As the holidays approach, you can put those holiday decorations to good use as DIY implements of lighting.Read More
In this video The Frugal Filmmaker shows you an old trick on how to use an 18% gray card. All you need is a video camera with manual exposure and you can get the best results your cam will allow.Read More