With the massive number of LED lights available for video these days, and now that their color quality has dramatically improved from just a few years ago, when might you want to use one type of LED light versus another? In this episode, we demonstration when you might want to use a very small LED panel (e.g., 5 inch) versus a tube LED versus a medium sized panel or mat light versus a huge four foot by four foot mat LED light.
If you’d like to learn how to make great dialogue audio for your film and video projects, please have a look at my courses including processing dialogue audio in Adobe Audition and DaVinci Resolve/Fairlight, recording sound, how to use the Zoom F8 and F8n, and how to get the most from the Sound Devices MixPre series of recorders.
Gear used and mentioned in this episode:
Andycine Boling P1 RGB light with effects - Amazon
CAME-TV Andromeda RGB LED Slim Tube Lights - Amazon
- Remote Amazon
- 4 pack + Remote Amazon
D&O Lighting 180W - my pick for best all-around light - Amazon
Westcott Flex Cine 1x1 Mat LED Lights - Best pro level travel kit
FalconEyes 120TDX 4x4 Mat LED Light - My pick for getting cinematic shots you cannot get with smaller lights
- With Honeycomb grid to prevent spill - Amazon
- Direct from Vitopal
Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K - B&H
Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8 OIS Lens - Amazon
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