Izzy Video 166 – How to Shoot Video in Low Light Situations

Izzy Video 166

When you shoot video in low light situations, the results can be very frustrating. You’ll find the image is full of noise, particularly in the shadows. The overall look is muted, under-saturated, and flat. Sometimes the image looks soft.

Yet we see examples of great-looking low light shots in television and movies all the time. How do they get those shots?

This tutorial will answer that question. In it, I show you the seven keys to shooting video in low-light situations.

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Comments

  1. Alberto says

    Hi again,
    When you shoot video in low light situations, the results can be very frustrating. You’ll find….

    I found it frustrating since I’m not a member, yet.
    Best wishes Israel!

  2. says

    I think I am a member. But I am a member of lots and lots of organizations and this one is of no more importance than the others, so it’s not like when I get an email like this I light up and say, of yeah, here’s where I go to watch the video and, right, I remember the login and psw out of hundreds. Yeah, right.

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