In today’s video we’re going over a documentary lighting setup using available light and a Aputure Amaran 672 LED panel. A recent documentary I was working on in Rwanda had a pretty tricky setup as I had three people I need to be filmed and I thought it would be a great behind the scenes breakdown for you guys.
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