Weapons of Mass Production - How to Light Your Video on a Budget: Weapons of Mass Production





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Published on Sep 11, 2012

Learn how to light your movie scene using a limited budget in this episode of "Weapons of Mass Production." Kevin and John show how to use incandescent and fluorescent bulbs, as well as using work lights from hardware stores to light your scenes by taking a scene and re-shooting it with new lighting.

You asked for it in the comments, so here it is: lighting! This episode takes a look at what some of the cheaper lighting options there are out there, and how good we can get them to look. How important is lighting (and having expensive professional lights) to your production?

For a drier-but-more-in-depth discussion of all the tech and what our findings were, check out the write up at http://www.crisislab.com.

Kevin Good, John Pellett, Danny Gavigan, Amber Jackson, Stela Roznovan.

Created with the tireless help of::
Barry Gribble, Chad Nagle, David Campbell, Erin Goldstein, Ryan Wick, Paul Good, Christine Wasilewski

Here are some resources for high CRI bulbs. If you find more good
sources, let us know and we'll append this list. Always check the
socket type to make sure it's something you can use in whatever
fixture you have.



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Mahler - 5th Symphony - Performed and graciously put into the public
domain by the Peabody Symphony Orchestra

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