Chuck Gloman is an associate professor and chair of the TV/film department at DeSales University
LED lighting is the new wave in studio and location lighting.
Production switchers have evolved from their predecessors in that it no longer takes great engineering skill to set up and operate the unit.
Battery technology has vastly changed in the last few years.
You would be hard pressed to find any Hollywood film or television series that is not shot with an ARRI camera.
As the lighting enthusiast in film school in the late 1970s, my friends and colleagues suggested I invent a light and call it the “glow light” after my last name.
LED technology has taken over the industry as more people want long lasting lamps stingy on power.
One of biggest complaints with sound recording is dealing with the cables.
The Zylight Newz is a small, camera-mountable, dimmable LED fixture that is quite powerful for its diminutive size.
In my opinion, the two most important elements in the capturing of a digital image are the sensor and the lens.
Flashpoint CoolVee 7 is an inexpensive fluorescent softlight that includes a reflector and softbox, providing a lot of bang for the buck.
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