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What do light output terms like lumens, lux, and foot candles, even mean? By being able to speak the language of light output, and knowing the difference between lumens, lux, and foot candles, you will able to up your cinematic lighting game.
“Lumens” is a measurement of a light sources raw light output and is not particularly relevant to filmmaking. Meanwhile, lux and foot-candles are the metric and imperial measures of how much light hits a subject at a given distance, and are more important for creative cinematography.
Learn how to communicate with lighting professionals using the same terms they do! Benny from the A-Team, gives you a few tips on understanding how lighting manufacturers and professionals measure the output of their lights, so you can always get that cinematic look.
After learning this you’ll be able to you’ll be able to confidently go on set and light like a pro!
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Filmmaker Ben Berg teaches advanced light measurement techniques using lumens, lux, foot-candles, and how cinematographers and filmmakers can utilize these lighting measurements to increase the quality of their filmmaking.
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