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by Tiffany Burnett
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In this lesson, we're going to look at some basic, and not so basic lighting…
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2:21 am Tuesday
Jan 31, 2012
I bought three clamp lamps and parchment paper. I used the three point lighting technique with the lamps and created softer light by taping parchment paper on the ones that needed the softer light. I also wrapped aluminum all over a poster board to diffuse the light...all under $30 its amazing. I interviewed a music producer in my area and it worked wonders...here is a link to the bloopers video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKU8trzP-7g. Please excuse the awful quality. I used Windows Movie Maker.
4:49 pm Monday
Nov 21, 2011
informative and fast, great to review time to time as situations arise
9:50 am Saturday
Nov 19, 2011
Great Video! Didnt think about the chinese lantern balls before
12:29 pm Thursday
Oct 13, 2011
I haven't even finished the lesson and I have to give kuddos. Especially after the low budget lighting trick. Thanx.
7:40 pm Thursday
Sep 29, 2011
Thanks for the discussion about amps, watts, and so on. The information makes it easy to calculate a safe environment.
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