Thursday, 30 January 2014

Shooting in darkness : Instructions

Shooting in darkness 

To be able to shoot well in the darkness we will need an illuminator or a spot light with a dimmer switch. For the film to be shot well we will have to have a dark - dim setting anyway and will need to be able to use a camera that has the capability to capture dark shoots

Here are 6 instructions I have found 

Film inside whenever possible. It is easier to control interior lighting conditions and you won't have to change your recording style.

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Use exterior lighting. Amateur videographers might use car headlights, a large flashlight or even a streetlight, whereas professionals use their own more complex lighting.
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Use a night vision feature. Many new digital cameras offer a night vision feature that uses a light amplification technique to produce a green, grainy picture.

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Avoid low light areas. While a seasoned videographer can make these shots, they require a skilled and steady hand.

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Buy a camcorder with a low lux rating. The lux rating is a measure of how sensitive the camcorder's eye is to light. A camcorder with a low lux rating needs less light to function effectively.

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Use video editing software. Many digital camcorders are bundled with software that makes video editing simple. These programs offer tools to help steady, brighten and otherwise clarify your night shots.

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