Videomaker – Learn video production and editing, camera reviews › Forums › Technique › Miscellaneous Techniques › How to make an Infinite White Background Cheap…. › Grinner, Yeah, I caught th
Yeah, I caught that. There was an inconsistency between the full-length and close-up shots when it came to lighting. As for the ‘babbling’, I guess it makes it more ‘palatable’ for the newb’s watching. I still think the info was good though. Just so the newb’s know, a good ‘C’ stand starts at $100+ each. So if you’re working on the cheap, the PVC setup is good and more modular. I did a test with those clamp lights used in the video and because of the weight of the light fixture and bulb, you’ll need something to add grip to the clamp so it won’t tilt down on it’s own.