One of most common mistakes to make when filming, is backlighting. This happens when you place a subject in front of a bright light source and they become incredibly dark. You may want to rethink the positioning of your subject or consider using external lights.
In this lesson, we’ll look at using natural light to your advantage, adding extra lights, and also making use of apps to find the best times to shoot for your location, like golden hour, with travel videography—and it's lightweight, minimal-gear restrictions—in mind.
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