Cinematography : Tips for Shooting Low Light, from No Film School by Ryan D. Canty

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Ryan D. Canty

Tips for Shooting Low Light, from No Film School

Reduce the Noise: Basic Tips for Shooting in Low Light
Reduce the Noise: Basic Tips for Shooting in Low Light
Shooting in low light situations can leave you with a grainy, muddy image that is probably best left off of your timeline. But even though it can be tricky, there are ways to make your footage look a whole lot better.
JD Hartman

Wow would never have thought of: shoot somewhere brighter; use more lights. Free advice is worth exactly what you paid for it. Website like those in your link just re-post and reiterate information posted from other websites and stuff that was common knowledge/common sense (the most un-common of the senses in humans), years back. Same tips can be on seen on DVinfo, DV dot com, etc.

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