Cine Tips is back! Â After taking a few months off, we are excited to bring you the eighth episode of our lighting training series. Â Not only do we have a new episode, but we have a fresh new look.
Today we talk about how to use cheap photo flood lights for video and film lighting. Â We also talk about using light modifiers like diffusion and black wrap to better control the look of the photo flood light.
Tony, Nice low budget light however I think, Lowel offer some great
options for not much money.
The black warp,gels, etc have to be hold with cloths pins.
Because tape gives you a lot of trouble with the lamp heat
Also you are agreat singer , any record for sale ?
lol…thanks, Felipe. I actually recorded a CD several years ago…didn’t really go anywhere.
excellent tips. I think a lot of people underestimate the effects of great lighting….inexpensive or not…
great work Tony..
a dimmer available for 9 bucks at any hardware store really helps. will handle typically up to 600 watts.
DON’T SAY CLOTHES PINS… Clothes pins are for clothes…They are held by C-47’s… you go on any professional film set and say clothes pins they will just ignore you or kick you off the set lol.