Ah, lighting… There’s so much involved in getting the shot, and a lot has to do with having the right lighting. For example, you need to know the differences involved in lighting a talking head vs. lighting for movement. You need to know where to hide the lights, especially for the latter. You need to know exactly how to sculpt the talent’s face with your lighting. You need to know what type of equipment will work best under which settings, on set and in the open. Daylight shoots, nighttime shoots, large rooms or small, stages and green screen… it’s all something different.
Whether you’re new in lighting or you’re a seasoned pro, whether you want to be better at directing your crew in lighting, or are a professional in video or film who wants to understand lighting better, you’ve come to the right place. Burnie shares ALL his set secrets over time with his members. Hey, it’s just another perk!