How to Make DIY Lighting for YouTube Videos

How to Make DIY Lighting for YouTube Videos

The dos and don’ts of how to buy, set up, construct, and maintain inexpensive lighting alternatives to give your videos a much needed punch.

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Table of Contents:
0:54 – Light Bulb Basics
3:10 – Cheapest Lamp Solution
4:36 – Flexible Desk Lamp Option
5:49 – Using a Floor Lamp
6:49 – Opus OPL-SA02 Socket & Umbrella Mount
7:49 – Umbrella Basics & I Poke Myself in the Eye
9:00 – Comparison of Light on vs off with DSLR (Canon 7D Mark II)
10:11 – Same Comparison with iPhone

Products mentioned in this video:
150W Daylight Bulb:
Socket with Umbrella Mount:
Clampable Lamp:
Decent Quality Low-cost Light Stand:
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