Let’s talk about Cinematic Lighting Tips that will help you get your first video. So I’m no lighting expert but these are just some things that I’ve learned. Let’s get to it

1. Natural lights

Natural light is the cheapest and largest light source available. And it can have its own built-in diffusion with clouds. But also know that it’s much harder to control because it’s always changing

2. Artificial Lighting

Cinematic Lighting Tips

artificial lighting you can use what’s called the softbox to make a larger light source remember a larger light source equals a softer light which equals a more flattering look for your subject

3. Smaller Lights

for smaller lights, you can actually shoot through a shower curtain to create a larger light source

4. Main or key light

your main or key light the light position is gonna greatly affect how your shot looks a great starting position for your key light is at a 45-degree angle from your subject slightly above them and angle down towards them

5. Backlight or Red Light

a backlight or red light what a slight glow affects your subject which can help separate the subject from the background this just

6. Practical Lights

adds more depth to your overall shop rack do the lighting is just the use of lights that are visible in your Shot these lights can act as a rim light which is a simple way to add more depth to your overall shot