Experimenting with lighting and my boys are adorable 😊
For Project and Portfolio III: Digital Cinematography - Online (DCB239-O)
I had a couple of other ideas in mind, but was having difficulty scheduling with the organizations I wanted to do a video on. Alex, the young man I did the music promo for, is actually a co-worker's son. He had come in several times to record in the studio’s where I work. I had worked with him a few times, setting up equipment. I heard some of his stuff and thought he had a very interesting stage personality. He was gracious enough to agree to do this project on a very tight timeline (all while graduating high school and starting a part time job)!
Check out Alex's bandcamp page here: https://alexstezowski.bandcamp.com/
My assignment for Location Lighting this week was to set up two shots with the same lighting. One of these shots would be with my lighting kick. The other would be with just household lights. This was to simulate a troubleshooting situation where your professional lighting break on a shoot. I chose Suspense Lighting, due to size of the room and because I thought I could improve upon what I did the previous week.
Over all, since we were in such a small space, I liked the look of the Troubleshooting layout better.
Suspense Lighting: Lighting Kit
Suspense Lighting: Household Lights