Hey guys, hope this is okay! We're the Aputure Lighting team and have been working on a lot of educational tutorials lately on how to shoot on-location and in different settings. This week we did an episode at a Jail Set and did recreations of famous jail scenes. The idea is to break down quick and simple lighting setups and start getting the online creator community to think a little outside the box of 3-point lighting. Would love to hear what you think. Happy to answer any questions. And if you like the episode, we're always happy to take requests for episodes or other tutorials you'd like to see.
- Nerris from the A-Team
By Grégory LEROY
I've noticed a change in color temperature when I tweak the contrast setting on my Nikon D5500.
I set the WB manually, same WB setting for both camera and here is the result:
Standard Nikon color profile, Contrast 0, sharpness 0:
Nikon standard profile Contrast -4, sharpness -4, contrast and sharpness edited in premiere afterward, but I didn't tweak the color temperature at all:
How do you explain that the 2nd picture is more yellowish? Does tweaking the contrast level in camera impact the WB?
I prefer the 1st picture look (Nikon standard profile), as a result I don't touch my image setting anymore.
By Alex T
FS: Aputure LS1/2 Led Light. I have two of these and I can really recommend. Very bright and incredibly durable. Owned this for about 1.5 years used maybe about 14 times. Aside from that I've had it in storage under my bed. Good condition comes with power adaptor (U.S plug - a drugstore convertor works perfectly with this), all the cables and control plus the original box (Minus the inner packaging).
I'd like £320
Please inbox me or email me direct @ firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S I will have more Aputure gear for sale in the next few weeks including a Cob 120T, LS1 and another LS1/2.