Finding Locations That Light Themselves

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  4:40 Minutes of Instructional Video   –Supplied w/English Subtitles

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  This lesson is understanding when you have a limited budget, you have to look for locations that light themselves.  What are you talking about?  There are locations that have buildings or trees that block the light coming in from one side, so it creates almost like a light box effect.  I will ask you to walk in my footsteps as I location scout and you can immediately see what I look for.


<<<Drazen S>>> This is a great Lesson. Glad to see that I am already applying most of these techniques. it makes me feel more comfortable to see I am on the right path. Of course Shane you add the special ingredients to it. Great!
<<<Daniel W>>> Thanks for inspiring Shane, loving the site!
<<<Eric>>> So excited about this Lesson!!! Excellent idea!
<<<Sonny B>>> This came at a perfect time for me!
<<<Ahmed>>>The good news you are challenging all other sites. Thanks Shane for shooting the lesson with multiple cameras, I am waiting to see the whole series especially when the sun shines to see how you will defeat it!
<<<Gorwan J>>>Great work Shane and everybody on the team!
<<<Willem T>>>I always get super excited watching this and learning new things. Keep on going Shane and team!
<<<Brian F>>>It’s like getting into a TV series, I want to click on the next episode! Great info!
<<<Scott>>>I really get a lot out of your training videos. I was listening and watching the microphone boom operator and he looks to be about 6 or 7 feet away from you, but your sound is very good and sounds close with little background noise. I know you are the lighting guy, but I’m also impressed with the production of your lessons. In addition to improving my lighting I want to improve my audio!
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