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Indoor Lighting

Always check first where the windows are in the room (if it is not a studio). Then replace your subject facing the light source like a window. If you want to film your subject in front of the window, you need to light your subject. Otherwise your subject will be in the dark (underexposed).

This is just one example. If you want to control lighting, you may need to rent professional lighting equipment. There are so many resources online about lighting. During the second workshop, we will guide you and try to provide customised resources. To learn how to use the best lighting option, you’ll need to practise and spend enough time to set up your lighting (might take an hour or longer). We encourage you to test your camera and look at how the lights are affecting your shot.