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Lighting for video is as much art as it is science. This video tutorial outlines how “lighting on the upstage side of the camera” – meaning the side away from the camera – can help add depth and dimension to your images. You can achieve this look with minimal lights and minimal cost. This is a great technique for indie filmmakers who are looking to add production value to their films or documentaries without spending a lot of money on lighting kits.
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GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO:
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon EF 24-70 2.8 USM Lens
This was shot before the cinestyle upgrade. We will be uploading more videos soon with the cinestyle profile.
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