Live events are the epitome of low-integrity filmmaking work.
They're hard to shoot, rarely compel anyone through their content, don't necessarily pay well, and don't leverage your artistic career whatsoever. That's why you find a lot of amateurs and low-grade professionals doing live events... because regardless of how talented you are, no one will watch your content if it's from a live event hahaha! And that goes for weddings, concerts, conferences, and so on...
"My suggestion is that any courses you place behind a pay wall in the future be at least technically correct."
Amen to that.
As a ad for Profoto, this was great.
As a lighting design tutorial for filmmaking or video production, this was crap. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be hard to come up with better lighting design with cheap lighting and a DSLR - which shouldn't be the case. Quality equipment is supposed to leverage skills, not the other way around.
So I suspect they focused on the product presentation part to the detriment of the lesson and advice to be heard.
If you mean visual quality, there's a lot of ways to make your match using software... You can crop, add grain, match noise, add shakiness, and so on.
I started reading this article, then noticed that every single one of the four pictures were essentially photographs of dollar paper - which kills it for me.
Also, why coupling dash symbols? Isn't one per set enough?
Are you just trying to promote your film and company?
Points could have been made in much less than nearly half an hour.