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Make Your Videos Better With a Simple Understanding of Video Lighting

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Creating videos can be a very complicated and cumbersome process, but can be very rewarded when done correctly. Between framerates, sound, codecs, and color grading, there certainly is a lot of technicals to learn when it comes to video, but one of the most important traditional techniques you can gain an understanding for is how […]

Color Shifts in Cine Lenses

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Looking at Cine Lens Color Shifts Using Spectrometry

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Please Note: This is brand-new stuff that we’re publicly experimenting with. We post it because it’s fun and interesting and we usually get pertinent comments and criticisms that help us refine what we’re doing. For those of you who don’t science much, please remember we’re still testing and improving this process. What we’ll look at today is […]

Testing Color Casts in Lenses

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A Geek of Many Colors – Adventures in Spectrometry

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Please Note: This is a Geek Level 3 Article. It has no useful information about photography or videography. If you’re a lens geek, though, it’s kind of cool. And it will serve as our background and methods for upcoming articles.   Well . . . How did I get here?    David Byrne One of the nice things that happens at Olaf […]

Off Camera Lighting Diagram and Example

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Five Lighting Diagrams to Get You Started in On Location Lighting

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A short time ago, I shared a piece breaking down the lighting styles and diagrams of different lighting setups for portrait photography. Beyond anything else, lighting is what got me passionate about photography, so I decided I’d continue the trend, and show you a few diagrams of lighting while on location to hopefully inspire you for […]

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