Source: Jeffrey Cook Videograpy
6/5/2017 0 Comments âNot long ago, I did a quick setup to test out my new Lowel Rifa 55 softbox tungsten 500-watt light, as well as two Aputure 528 Spot LED lights.I first wanted to see how much light would be transmitted using the Lowel Rifa 55. It gives a great soft light that wraps around the interviewee. I placed the light about 3 Â½ feet away from the subject and about eight feet high. I was very impressed with this light, and plan on using it for my key light when I need to use tungsten lights. You can also place a CTB gel in front of the softbox to change the warm hue to a more of a bluish hue to match daylight. Tungsten lights are great to work with because they produce 100 CRI. They are hot; however, you just need to be careful when managing them.When I know I need to use a key light for 5500K situations I can rely on my Aputure 528 S lights. I placed two of the Aputure 528 S lights side by side to be used as a key. When these lights are paired up, they produce a lot of light. I took out the plastic diffusion panels that come with the light, and used silk fabric. The silk was draped over a microphone stand in which I boomed the extension arm. The light that they produced was very good to my eye. This could be a quick setup time…Read more at: Aputure 528 S LED with silk diffusion test
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