Blind Spot demo how you can simply light an interview set up using just natural light a small bounce. We also used a little eye light at the end but it's not entirely necessary. To view more tutorials and examples of the Scorpion Light go to blindspotgear.com
Do you yearn to express your creative vision, but don’t have access to the latest and greatest gear? Don’t despair! Casey Neistat shows you how to capture the story you want to tell while maximizing the equipment at your immediate disposal. If you’re just getting into the world of video, this highly practical workshop is the perfect launchpad for your ideas.
High-end cinematic images on low-end DSLRs. This video goes very in-depth into how the DSLR works – I cover everything you need to know about formats, codecs, and dynamic range in order to get the most cinematic images. I’ll be explaining how I creatively worked around the limitations of this low-end DSLR with a pretty bad codec and pretty bad dynamic range.
Be sure to check out its companion article as well: http://philipbloom.net/2013/09/06/part2/
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This is the second in a series of videos which go in-depth explaining how to use simple, affordable equipment to make high-quality cinematic films.
The first video was all about the gear: vimeo.com/71180315
The third video was all about Magic Lantern: vimeo.com/74376376
The fourth video was all about Postproduction: vimeo.com/80641925
The fifth video was about how I built my slider: vimeo.com/82504107
The film that I discuss in the video can be seen here: vimeo.com/46762697
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