See in 2 minutes how I setup an interview that works in any situation. In this video I show 5 different lighting setups. Support my channel!
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The project we filmed is a documentary about Canadians soldiers in World War I. It’s produced by Spinning Rabbit Productions.
You can see the finished documentary here:
Gear I use in this video:
Keylight: CAME-TV Boltzen:
Edgelight: Luxi Cello
Backlight: Luxi Viola
Here is the great tool that – among other things – makes it simple to match footage from different cameras.
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Here is the tutorial I mention about how to match various cameras:
So, as you can see, it’s not difficult (or expensive) to create professional lighting set-ups for video and documentary film productions.
I used one basic set-up with three lights: key light (with a softbox), edge light, and a back light. You can adjust this set-up based on the situation you encounter at your location.
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My name is Tom Antos. I am a film director and cinematographer with over 20 years experience in VFX & animation.
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