Index to artlcles used in SVN Media Skills.
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Lighting Solutions: Choosing the Correct Light Source
An essential element in producing excellent video is correct lighting.
Use Lighting to Enhance Story Elements
In video production, lighting is primarily used for obtaining proper exposure. However, it can also be used to help enhance story elements.
Looking for Light
One of the inherent problems in shooting in "low light" is that there is no real definition for what low light is.
I Need Soft Light and Don’t Know How to Make It!
Have you ever been asked to record an interview and you set up the Lowel or Smith Victor kit your school has had in the back room forever and notice that the talent is squinty and uncomfortable?
Let the Sun Shine In: How To Control the Great Outdoor Light Source
Oh, the glorious sun. This magnificent ball of burning gas sheds immeasurable power on our world from millions of miles away.
The Basics of Lighting
Lighting is an essential tool for enhancing the video image.
Planning and Placing Lights for a Studio
The ability to control the amount, color, and quality of light can turn an ordinary scene into a masterpiece.
Light Source: Lighting for Compositing
Among the powerful tools in the digital postproduction toolbox, chromakeying has to rank among the coolest: with a few clicks of your mighty mouse, you can drop your foreground subject into any background you like.
5 Tips for Good Lighting
There's no substitute for good lighting. I'm always surprised at how many producers count on software to fix poor lighting in post.
Video Lighting Somewhat Demystified
Working for a lighting company we get asked, “how would you light this” a lot.
The Art of Low Key Lighting
Properly lighting a low-key setup will entice your viewers to focus on key points in your scene, and wonder about those dark shadowy areas in the unknown.