Lighting is one of the elements of filmmaking that can make or break your project. The search for inexpensive but quality equipment is always in the back of our minds here at Film Jams. Recently we came across a really awesome little light that we’ve been using in our projects. Check out how to create a cheap, 3-point lighting kit under $100. This new LED light can give you a cinematic look without breaking the bank.
Skypanels and Kino flo lights are great, but cost thousands of dollars. If you’re just starting out, or looking to add a small mobile light to your kit, these might be a good option. You can find these lights on Amazon, which are $32 each right now, making a great 3-point lighting kit under $100.
Cheap Video Lights – Bi-Color and Dimmable!
The lights are dimmable and bi-color, so you can adapt them to different lighting situations. While they aren’t the brightest or softest lights, at just around $30 a piece, they are hard to beat when you’re on a budget. If you’re looking for a cheap 3 point lighting kit, we definitely recommend checking them out!
These LED Video Lights Under $100 are a Great Option for Low Budget Filmmaking
If you have any questions on the techniques used in this tutorial video, please send us a note in the comments. Thanks for watching our video on how to make a 3-Point Lighting Kit for Under $100, from our Film Jams series!
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Filmed on location at: Litewave Media in St. Petersburg, FL.
Special Thanks to the St. Petersburg Clearwater Film Commission Digital Creator Program.
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