January 25, 2016 at 5:48PM
How to get pro with lighting
We discuss cameras, lenses and other gear a lot and someone always mentions that it’s not about the camera, but about the lighting. Arguments like “You can shoot crap on an Alexa if you don’t light it well” and so on..
It seems to be the broad opinion that it’s “Good lighting that separates the pros from the amateurs by a wide, wide margin.” and while I do think this is true, I am having trouble finding quality information about how to light.
I know it’s a big question, but how do you learn lighting? Can any of you recommend specific videos, websites and such?
I specifically found these two informative: http://nofilmschool.com/2015/09/case-study-making-your-lighting-soft-bea...