Video Lighting: Softbox Light Tips and 2 Common Problems

Video Lighting: Softbox Light Tips and 2 Common Problems

Softbox lights are a great low-cost video lighting option for DIY studios, but there are a few things you need to know to prevent issues & get the best results.

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[SOFTBOX LIGHTS]
Softbox Lighting Kit:
– StudioPRO Softbox Lighting Kit: (Amazon)

Softbox Light Globes (Cool Daylight bulbs)
– USA Compatible: Luxrite LR20200 (6-Pack) 23-Watt (1600 Lumens), 6500K: (Amazon)
– AUS Compatible: Philips 20w (1200 Lumens), 6500K:

[LED LIGHTS]
– StudioPRO 600 LED (GOOD): (Amazon)
– StudioPRO 900 LED (BETTER): (Amazon)
– StudioPRO 1200 LED (BEST): (Amazon)

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— Video Lighting: Softbox Light Tips and 2 Common Problems —

Lighting is a key ingredient to any quality video, and there are plenty of options across every price bracket when it comes to selecting lights for your home or office DIY studio.

Soft Boxes are generally one of the lower-cost alternatives, and are capable of generating some awesome results! BUT they do have some potentially major issues, and the results can ruin your videos, or even destroy your shiny new soft box lights if you don’t know what to look out for…

In this video, we run through the key things you need to know to prevent any issues and get the best results with Softbox lights!

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