While most filmmakers dream about how they’ll shoot their next feature film, the reality is that at some point you’ll be shooting a corporate video. You may even build a whole career off of it, since it is always in demand. In this video Ryan takes you behind the scenes and shows you his approach to cinematically lighting a corporate video.
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When you are pressed for time and every second counts knowing how to light quickly can be the difference between getting the shot or not. In this video Ryan shares his secrets so you can light fast while under pressure.
Filming at high frame rates is quite similar to shoots at regular speeds, but the key differences sometimes hang people up. Ryan and Tim take you behind the scenes on three high speed shoots and show various ways to light them and things to look out for.
Cinematic images require preparation. In this video Ryan covers the 12 crucial questions to ask before you begin lighting your set.
Lighting a night exterior may sound intimidating to some, but it’s actually a lot of fun since you can control so many elements. In this video Ryan gives you three strategies for lighting your night exterior and then shares five tricks he’s learned over the year to making your night exteriors really pop.
Day exteriors can feel intimidating to light, but it doesn’t have to be. In this video, Ryan shares with you five essential strategies that will set you up for success on all of your day exterior shoots.
Shooting outside involves a few different techniques and things to keep in mind, since one of your main light sources–the sun–is very bright and constantly on the move. In this video Ryan shows you ten tricks for lighting day exteriors that help you really control the sun and advance your shots from good to great.
Ryan takes you behind the scenes of a small budget commercial shoot, where he breaks down one of the scenes, explaining his process and lighting set-ups.
On the day of the shoot you arrive on set ready to begin–but where do you start? What are the best practices that will help you be successful? In this video Ryan walks you step by step through the best practices to use when lighting your set.
Ryan takes you behind the scenes and explains his process in lighting the short film “O’ Danny Boy,” walking you through each shot, set-up and lighting design.
Preproduction can take different forms based on the type of project you are preparing for. In this video Ryan gives you an inside look at his pre-production process for the short film “Oh Danny Boy.”
In Part One Ryan discussed how reading the script and meeting with the team impact the lighting choices you’ll make on your projects. In Part Two we go over the second two steps of preproduction: location and tech scouts; and ordering cameras and lights for the production.