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The Importance of Lighting in Videography

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To make great videos, it's important to understand various elements such as framing, setting the mood, light, sound, motion, color, etc. Each of these elements play an important role during the creation of a video, and by carefully combining them, videographers can tell a story to their audience.

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Scott Stulberg: Capturing beautiful bellies

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In this article, Light Leader Scoot Stulberg shares his many different images and ideas on how he captures beautiful belly images in many different ways.

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George Wilson: Top Crop for Headshots

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Light Leader George Wilson shares his tips for top cropping professional headshots.

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Matt Beard: Shooting an Album Cover for an Up and Coming Recording Artist

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Light Leader Matt Beard shares his workflow and lighting strategies for photographing up and coming recording artist Haley Horsager.

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George Wilson: Lighting a Car with the New OctoDome White

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In this article, Light Leader George Wilson tries out the new OctoDome White: Medium soft box (5ft) to light a car on-location.

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Benjamin Edwards: Humanitarian Travel Gear

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Light Leader Benjamin Edwards shares his tips and tricks for lighting on-location as well as strategies for giving back to your community.

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Steven Rossi: Photographing Birds In Motion

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Light Leader Steven Rossi shares his techniques for photographing birds in motion.

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#ShareYourLighting Through 2017!

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We had a great time last year with our #ShareYourLighting contest so we are excited to announce that it will continue through the new year.

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David Honl: Lighting Portraits On-Location

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Light Leader David Honl walks us through lighting a recent portrait he shot on-location in Mexico

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George Wilson: Shooting the Moody Blue

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In this new article from Light Leader George Wilson, we look at the technical and artistic aspects of creating a “cold” toned portrait with accurate skin tones.

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