Monday, February 27, 2017

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- don't forget you only got 'til february26 to enter the the win your northstar lite go to enter thewin for your northstar lite. - hi this is jay p morgan. i'm at alocation with caleb and lars, and we're going to show you how to turn a bedroominto a home studio. we're going to show you how to create a very simple backdropholder. you could put it on the wall. that takes a very little space. we'll show youhow to control the window lights that comes through the windows and last of allsome lighting. things you could make at home. they're going to show you how you'regoing to set up your lights for a two lights video interview and we'll finishwith that. let's get started, see what we

can do. just a couple of things to thinkabout before you start your studio interview is your extra bedroom. one isthe color of the walls. if you got walls like this, which are great, they'reneutral that's not gonna bounce any color back into your image that perfect. if yougot room that has very heavy color, greens or reds, those kinds of things. they'regonna bounce right into your shot. they're gonna kill your color balance. sothe first thing i do, i get paint roller, i roll some paint on all over the got neutral room, neutral color. secondly, i'm gonna put up a tarp on thefloor, just to protect hardware floor. laid on the floor, it's all gonna bebrown, and that'ts gonna give us a nice

neutral color. it's not gonna bounce anyblue back in the shadow of green so those are our first principle in getting ourhome studio started. in my hand, i have a very simple backdrop holder way to hangyour backdrop on the wall. well this is a half inched galvanized pipe. you've got aplate, which you're gonna screw it onto the wall. we simply screw in a threeinched pipe and now screw in an elbow, and now a six inch return or we can make thislonger. that's a very simple one half of our backdrop holder, so you could put thisagainst the wall like that and you could put your seamless on it. put on theceiling. put you seamless on it it gets everything out of the way. you don't haveto have stands on the floor that create a

big problem on the background. - this makes this very easy. you alsocould put on here a one inch conduit. that one inch piece of conduit is very rigid soas much as heavier or stronger that pvc or rubbery items items but this gonna giveyou a great hold of your backdrop on as this hangs on the ceiling. nowunfortunately because we're in someone else's apartment here we can't shoot thisinto the ceiling but if i was doing this in my house, i would shoot this onto theceiling or onto the wall. once you got your two backdrop holder, your going toget the right distance from each other. obviously, you kind of understand thisprinciple. we have our one inch conduit,

just few down on your's there. on my end,i'll bring this out , towards it's gonna go on there. i can slide that back far andthen we're gonna put an a clamp on each side to keep this from falling on. again,we would have this up onto the ceiling against the wall so it's a great way toget your backdrop up and now we have c stand on on the floor. it's gonna eat upall the space on the floor of the room. great for tight areas. now, next thingthat we're gonna do is put our backdrop up. this is a cheap backdrop that i got upfrom amazon. it's a white backdrop and is like 30 bucks. it's got a pocket in oneend. there's our pocket. it's been sawed on the one side and it drop itself, ithink it's 20 feet . so it's gonna give us

a long area. i can run that pocket onhere, and that's great because it hangs very nicely. one of two things, either sawa new pocket on the other end but then you got a sawed up pocket just just enoughdistance to fill the distance right before. so i'll do the opposite i'm gonnaput the pocket on the floor with another pipe in it. i'm gonna drape the drop overthis and then a clamped into this bar in that way i could use the pocket on thebottom with the pipe in it that create weights so it take out all the wrinkles onthe backdrop. then if i wanted to, i could flip around and hang a pocket here and icould sweep without as seamless. we used the whole piece. now we got a lot ofwrinkles on this backdrop. it's little

hard for that to be really smooth, we mayhave to steam it out a little bit. for one thing you can do if your just going to usethis as backdrop. you're not gonna sweep it, just take thisa little pole, and cail gonna grab it for me and we're gonna put this, we're gonnarole our backdrop up on the pipe. so this will put your wrinkles start to go of the first thing you need to get for your studio is a stool. you can get thisat walmart, kmart target any of those places. they use to have a three footstool, get wood one, a metal one what ever you like but you've got to have somethingto sit down . now you can already take a picture with our naturalized studio. solet's put in up a fabric backdrop. the

problem with fabric backdrops is theywrinkle. you got to try to keep it straight but their long unless you cancurl them out. their very nice in that way, but a simple solution, you got asavage or serve it like a seamless. a nine-foot wide seamless or a 12-foot wide.12-foot is very expensive. a nine-foot wide seamless is perfect. just put itthere, drop it down, build a backdrop behind them or you can roll them down onthe floor to undo full length. so let's put up a seamless just to see how thatworks on backdrop set up. so you can see up there, i put the cast back on so youcan see that's the way that will be hanging up back there. all you could seeis that pipe on the ceiling. so those are

our seamless. you'd have to set yourbackdrop holder on the ceiling distance to make that cardboard work. just easier tohave the seamless on this pole, in that way you can slide it out backdrop theirgonna last a lot longer. they can get dirty so you have to wash them at times.but the disadvantage is they're harder to keep them wrinkle free, they're harder toroll up an they're barely used. where the seamless rolls out very easily, goes upvery easily but things like this start to happen to them. they don't last forever.but you do have a synthetic call out the paper more paper out and you'll get a newone. this is all thesame as seamless there. this time let's have a couple ofshots and let's see. we got a window light

from the right hand side of the frame butnow what we're gonna do is were gonna control that light from the window so wecan either have it as part of our shot or we can get rid of it we're gonna put some eclipse blackout curtains which you can get from amazon.they're really really quite inexpensive, 20 or 30 dollars. this you can put up onyour window. it will give us the ability to either use this. open up and use thisor close it off and use it to completely controlled light in this room in thisroom. if i were doing this, i didn't have to set this up on the side, i would putthis on another bar and put this bar up on that wall. you can hold them up or you canput them on the curtain. rods are already

there. just somewhere to put this blackoutcurtain on there . usually, i want them to exceed the frame of the window cause ifyou just get it on the frame of the window lights still beams through. so' i willexceed the frame and very close and it would blacken out. we blacked out thewindow and that't why you you can't see me. where am i? that's pretty effective.those blackouts curtains called eclipse are just heavy and take all the light out.another thing is that we added light here on the camera left side it's not gonnabounce out into our white wall over here. so it's going to give us the ability toadd more dramatic, little more creative lighting. this room, ceilings and all ,walls are closed when you put one light

up, it's bouncing everywhere. so at least,it takes us one wall out f the way. if you put your light on the camera left side, imean most of your light will be out of that camera left wall, it's going to behidden in this black curtain and it's going to give us a nice shot of a personwithout a lot of fill. now you can control the fill, you can bring it up or downwhatever you wanna do. so now, we need to have lights. we're gonna show you somesimple things you can build and you know those are interesting and kind ofbeginning place but they're gonna show you using just same really decent lights.we'll give you a good light on you person. now we're going to talk about lighting,we're gonna talk about home made lighting.

you know, there are several things you cando. everyone starts up with this little baby thing right here. they go to homedepot. they buy all this things at and they plug it in, put the diffusion on thetrunk. back this on to an inexpensive stand. - you got a light. it's a simple very easyto start. this things you can put up a 100 watt bulb into them. actually have a300-watt at home depot. i don't think they're ready for that. but they do have a300 watt bulb at least give you an starting place for light. the hard thingabout this is there reflectors are very hard and it's very focused and it's justseems like everywhere. so not my

favorite solution but it's not terriblesolution. for eight bucks, it's not horrible. so now let's go on to making asoftbox. a softbox is simply a four sided container that keeps your light aroundyour light and then nice soft diffusion at the front. so you can put your light wellcontrolled. it gets light away from the light bulb the diffusion material, andlets the light bounce inside the soft box so you get a softer light as it comes does a directional quality about it cause you are looking straight at thelight you can feel the diffusion so you can diffuse accross the fuse and focusedlight source at the same time. so lets talk about how to make a soft box. i havethree different options, i have a plastic

detergent container here, we get from aplant in here in california. just a normal everyday laundry detergent. this is alittle heavy , but in my work i have a cooler which is styrofoam. what isinteresting about styrofoam is that styrofoam set is an incredible diffuser asfar as bouncing light. bouncing light out of this piece of foam they call it.. thisset has some quality. this is going to be soft and a light nice coming out from hiscooler and it comes with a reflector. i've got a bakers box which again is a softbox with a detachable reflector. so let's put up these together and just see howsuccessful they are. let's start with an inch a little bit. it's very very simple ,gonna stick this, gonna pull at back of my

plastic container. drill a hole now, we have a hole attached to our lightbox. i'm gonna start to this light and gail is gonna hand me the yellow handledthin snips out of the tool bag. so what i'm gonna do is i'm gonna take and cutthis little tin part of in front of here. like this. the reason why i'm doing thisis because i want this little ring and it's going to and around my container formy soft box so we're gonna disregard this. now i got a ring here, i'm gonna cut myhand. so this is gonna go through this opening. i'm gonna move this clamp herefrom the front to the back and i know

that's exactly that way it meant to be isused, but quite frankly, as a soft box holder, it's not exactly what it meant tobe either. so we're tighten up in there , so now this can go through the hole likethis. perfect, and this will twist on the front. so hold it in place, with that 300watts light bulb in there. i'm gonna take a diffusion paper on there and then we usean a clamp to help hold a little bucket, gonna hold on to stand, because that's notvery tight at the back. it doesn't work very well. so you could a clamp on got a nice little light coming through the light and also gives us a little glowaround which is something we didn't really anticipated but kind of a cool thing solet's put a piece of diffusion on the

front so there you have it. a 300 wattslight bulb in a laundry detergent basket and quality light look on my face. it hasa little bit of an over all fill on the room because the bucket itself is you got the key light on the face. a little bit of glow in the room which isinteresting look. you make that for about 9 dollars and 50 cents. 15 dollars withthe label and we got laundry detergent so you get clean clothes. - option number two, is the start fromcooler. i think this has a lot of promise and we're going to draw a hole at thebottom of the cooler. now for our styrofoam cooler softbox, we're going totake again a metal container. put that in

there. we're gonna cut this open again.all right and i'm gonna slide down at the front here, attach right under the frontjust like what we did before. now this is much lighter than our plastic tub becausethe cooler was just so so light. look inside here, we're gonna put our 300 wattlight bulb in there. now, another option that we have here, i bought this on theinternet, bought everything on the internet and there's an adapter we couldtwist this in and this will give us the ability to use this for regular householdlight bulbs and that would be put on this like that which really makes it nice,we're going to use regular household light bulbs. we could use four, four hundredwatts. right now, we could just use a

single and put 300 watts so we couldcompare of what this one looks like. put it on to our stand. this seems to be alittle bit of a glow around this. well, not as much as the last one. so lit by thestarlite cooler softbox. pretty light. it doesn't bounce as much as the other onedid. the back of the cooler is more secured. also the front diffuser is alittle further away from the bulb which gives us a little more directional light.for 300 watt light bulb, you buy from home depot for 499, this is a pretty decentsetup. okay, now we're going to make a soft box out of a baker's box. the reasonwe've chosen baker's box is because it's white. so the first thing that we're gonnado, separate on that edge right there turn

it over and reattach it, so it's going tobe inside out. so now as we turn our stuff in, we'llseparate the box here like that, and now we'll reverse our box to a white interior.the problem that we have is that it flips on the other side so we're gonna tape thatdown. so again, we got the baner's box, we'll take and we will do a hole on thebox . i'm gonna cut a little off like this. okay this is a little easy. i'm notgonna have to move that bracket back at which is a better place for bracket to me,because the cardboard is so much thinner. print softbox assembly instruction is onthe inside. so we could use that for later so we're gonna attach our soft box to thestand and clamped on the back. we got to

tape and use and use an a clamp forsecurity. and now we're going to tape long. actually, we're going to put a 300watt light bulb. on the front and there is our bakers box . it's a very soft lightactually and i think it's because it doesn't bounce around as much as it did inthe styrofoam and the plastic was harder in the surface and not the light out ofthe front of the box a little harder. this seems very soft , it's actually not a badlight at all. so let's wrap this up. we've got a soft box made up of a bakers box isvery soft. we got a box as soft made up of soft detergent box and that was kind alittle more illuminate but still very soft. our start from cool is a littleharder and a little brighter almost

brighter , but in the end when you look atall the different lights the colors off it's kind of are all over the place. thisis fun. we're gonna light our transits. whatever our transits would be justbecause its a fun thing to do. but in the end, if i'm gonna work and take this onsets somewhere the one they're not gonna transport because they'll gonna fall apartin two. i can't walk into a ceo's office with a detergent soft just makes you look like you aren't really a working professional videographerphotographer so you need an entry level kind of trans light and even if you do nowhome studio. get a good set of entry level transit lights you could set up. biggerlighting just right and really become

workable situation. you can use for yearsand years and years . great one is starlite by photoflex. you get a great setup. you put those, you could use on location. a very durable great soft boxthat are really on color white and easy to transport and still a way to go but anywaythe box is made up of a detergent box and you know a bakers box are fun. you got aset of lights up so it's a easy to do and we'll get to show how to set our lightsup. we're gonna wrap up what we've done today we talked about creating a studio inyour home, a small room you're going to make into a studio a. the principles iwant you to understand from this are- 1. make sure the walls are of neutral color ,2. you put up black out curtains to cover

your window which kills some of the bouncein your room. you can really get a little more dramatic light but give's you theoption of opening all those curtains so you can use window light if you wanna dothat as a light source really gives you different options there. two, that you cancreate a drop holder for your ceiling . you get out of the way. you don't have tohave expensive stands, you don't have the floor spaces stands that takes up. get allthose stands. rid all those stands. put those drops from the wall on the ceiling.very easy backdrop container to make . you know making things. i'm not a huge fan ofmaking things, i'm just not. but when they work and that backdrop holder really doeswork then it's worth it. there's no other

else out there. i mean for other things,you get little pleasure rolling up there's a lot of steps out there. but that one ischeap and easy and it really works so it's worthwhile. the soft boxes were great.they have great light. they're fun but we did our transfer and they were starting tofall apart a little bit. they disintegrate a little bit. i expect them to burst themto flame at any moment. so but anyway, it was an interesting experience but again ifyou want to get into decent light, you're gonna get something like the starlite. itgives you a decent light you can use to travel with. it really becomes aprofessional piece of equipment. - don't forget you only got 'til february26 to win your north star lite go to .

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