WEBCAM LIGHTING SETUP

WEBCAM LIGHTING SETUP

Lighting is an essential component of turning a basic webcam into better video quality. Having decent lighting will help keep customers in your room and lead to potential paid shows. No one wants to pay for a show in a room where they can barely see anything. Having great lighting can mean the difference between a quick paid show and a sizzling hour long one! Investing a little time and or money into your lighting setup can definitely pay off for you in the end.

Below you will find some information that you may find handy in improving your lighting plus including where to purchase some inexpensive light kits and equipment as well as some basic information on 3 point lighting.

If you are just getting started and can’t afford a lighting kit you can just pick up some clamp on work lights, some light bulbs (One 100w (key), one 50w (fill) and one 20w (back) and some diffusion paper (or try soft lights even) and some clamps. Just taking those simple steps will still make a huge difference from your ambient room lighting.  As an alternate for using diffusers, pointing your lights towards a white wall (or the ceiling in the case of your back light) can help diffuse the light giving you softer shadows.

Key Light
Primary light source 45 degree angle from camera Brightest of the 3 lights

Fill Light
Primary light source 45 degree angle from camera Brightest of the 3 lights

Back Light
Primary light source 45 degree angle from camera Brightest of the 3 lights

Webcam
Primary light source 45 degree angle from camera Brightest of the 3 lights

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I use Logitech BRIO – 4K Ultra HD Webcam under 200$ Canadian, if you have a good internet and good lightning you will beat anybody just smille and be in a good mood.

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