BRIGHT Video Sets are LIT 🔥 literally.. 

 

I recently discovered how to light a SET for video to create a BRIGHT, commercial look for a client production.

This was quite different from the lighting I normally use in my YouTube video studio shots because I was lighting a much larger space. Fortunately, I discovered a great new light that allowed me to easily achieve this bright video set look. 

In this video, I talk about the project I recently produced that required this bright video set lighting. I break down the details of the lights I am using and how they are placed, along with some tips on exposure, lighting placement, video lighting accessories and more.

WATCH the Heimvision baby monitor video I created that inspired this bright set lighting. I’d love to hear what you think of it!

Special thank you to Foto Vision for sending me this Falcon Eyes light!

CHECK IT OUT ⬇ Along with some other products from this video:

Falcon Eyes P-12 120W VIDEO LIGHT

Compatible V-Mount Battery

My Cheap Diffuser

A Better Diffuser

A BETTER Light Stand

My Soft Box Video Light Kit

And of course, WATCH THIS VIDEO to learn more about the entire vlogging setup I am using. 

How To Light A SET for Video – Easy & BRIGHT!

I’d love to hear what you think of the video!

Leave me a comment here, or over on YouTube and let me know you came from the blog!

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