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Posted 09/29/20
Our video team tests the Godox RGB Mini Creative M1 in various cinematic lighting setups. This lightweight and compact LED light boasts 2500 to 8500K variable color temperature, RGB mode with 360 colors, full 0 to 100% dimming, CRI of 97, 15 effects, 40 presets, Music Mode, and more. Would you add this to your lighting setup? Check out our lighting tutorials: Lighting for Mood YouTube Lighting Setup for Beginners: 3 Point Lighting Tutorial
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Posted 09/06/20
Jake and the B&H crew try out Lupo’s LED panel lights. These three lights boast 96 CRI and 98 TLCI for accuracy in color rendering: The Superpanel boasts a 13,000 LUX output, allows control of hue, saturation, and color intensity in HSI mode, and has fully customizable color in RGBWW mode and color temperature control in CCT mode from 2800 to 10,000K. The Actionpanel also has these modes while putting out 5000 LUX. The Smartpanel comes in at 4200 LUX and has color temperature control from 3200 to 5600K. Would you add any of these lights to your film or YouTube video lighting setup? Check out our video lighting tutorial videos: YouTube Lighting Setup for Beginners Lighting & Filming Darker Skin Tones with ARRI Signature Primes
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Posted 08/20/20
Are you looking to level up your YouTube video lighting? Jake shows you his home studio setup and discusses three-point lighting, as well as DIY solutions appropriate to your filming location. What do you think is the best lighting for YouTube videos? Feel free to share your thoughts.
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Posted 02/04/20
In this video, we discuss working with multiple strobe lights together. David Flores shows you two-point lighting, how to substitute a secondary light source, the difference between a key light and fill light, and lighting ratios when using studio strobe lights. We hope you've enjoyed this series on studio strobe lighting for beginners! Need help picking out a strobe light? Click here For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 01/28/20
Which light modifier is right for you? David Flores continues our strobe lighting series by demonstrating the different types of light modifiers, such as bounced light, softboxes, umbrellas, beauty dishes, grids, colored gels, and snoots. These strobist photography techniques will take your studio lighting to new dimensions! Need help picking out a strobe light? Click here For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 01/21/20
In this lighting tutorial, David Flores shows you indoor and outdoor studio lighting setups for portrait photography. You'll also learn strobist photography techniques, such as camera settings to balance studio strobe light with ambient light. Need help picking out a strobe light? Click here For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 01/14/20
In this video, we teach you how to balance flash and camera settings, how to trigger wireless studio strobes, and more. We also answer the questions: Do you need a DSLR or mirrorless camera? Does your camera have a sync port or a hot shoe? Do you need a wire to sync, or can you use a wireless sync system and remote trigger? How do you know when your camera is synced to your strobe light? What is the difference between TTL and manual? What is HSS? Need help picking out a strobe light? For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 08/28/19
The Profoto A1X is the off-camera flash that features higher battery capacity, shorter recycling time—and it's compatible with Sony gear! In this video, photographer David Flores takes you through some real-world use of this powerful little flash, in-studio and outdoors, on camera and off, and with some of the available modifiers. To find out what Flores thinks and, to see some results, check out the full video! Watch our review of the Profoto Connect remote.
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Posted 08/15/19
Jake challenges James O'Connor, freelance Director of Photography (DP), to light an interview scene in an office conference room using only a budget lighting setup. Can he do it? Watch to find out!
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Posted 05/21/19
Join photographer David Flores as he tests the Profoto Connect, a super-minimal remote trigger for Profoto lights. Stripped down to only three modes on the unit (Auto, Manual, Off), Flores relates his experience shooting in Auto, as well as Manual, using the Profoto App on his iPhone to make adjustments on the fly. Product Highlights: Built-In, Rechargeable LiPo Battery 30-Hour Battery Life Operating Range: 330-1000' Frequency: 2.4 GHz The Connect is available for Canon, Nikon, Sony, FUJIFILM, and Olympus systems. Read more hands-on experiences with the Connect.
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