6 Tips for Setting Up a Home or Office Studio – Photography & Lighting Tutorial

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Today on The Slanted Lens we are going to talk about 6 tips for setting up a home or office studio. We will show you how to make a backdrop holder you can put on the wall that takes up very little space. Also, you will see how to control your window light and even how to make lights at home. Finally, we will show you how to set up these lights for a 2 light video interview. Thanks for watching. Keep those cameras roll’n and keep on click’n.

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  1. sahil benipuria says

    Music of your intro please?

  2. Matthew Gillett says

    regular bulbs are too hot and use too much electricity

  3. Matthew Gillett says

    use led bulbs
    soft white or cool white will have the kelvin rating on the box so you can adjust the white balance to your camera settings

  4. Gamer Manliness says

    good idea to setup my room become the green screen .

  5. Broken Patriot says

    Just subbed. Great ideas. I use a clamp light but i painted mine flat white in the inside. For a light filter im using coffee filters. Works great. And cheap.

  6. Sincerely, Tesh says

    I think u meant "Put against the wall" not "screw into the wall" lol I'm like wait what?

  7. Денис Ивченков says

    What did you smoke?

  8. Rob Mack says

    Starts off by showing you a sheet over pole but the next shot is a professional backdrop system?

  9. Dean Miller says

    Wtf is wrong with this guy? What condition is this?

  10. Jas Chana says

    lol watch that bucket MELT with the heat of that bulb. I'm assuming NONE of this is fire safe lol.

  11. Gitesh Khanna says

    Did someone just say J.P. Morgan?

  12. Team ROCKIT says

    The only thing I did with both the "soap bucket" and "cooler" was to paint (black out) the exteriors as needed. Great video. Saved us money! Thank you.

    ROGUE entertainment

  13. Rento Click says

    Your video was really helpful and most of my doubts were cleared. https://www.rentoclick.com/

  14. drutgat2 says

    Hi. That was very instructive and inspiring. If people are looking for entry level lights, I would suggest the Yonguo YN300 Air – these thin LED panel lights go from Tungsten to Daylight, are small, but if you have three of them, you can get a good lighting set-up going.

  15. nate briggs says

    No offense but you make really creepy faces

  16. Ysabel Wong says

    Love this guy! His energy is infectious

  17. Danny Fung Photo says

    don't do this . waste your time and money.

  18. Page Phelps says

    Great tips!

  19. Ken Sokmeng says

    i like your VDO

  20. acid yeni says

    what are the pipes he used?

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