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1️⃣ (Video) Cinematic Lighting Tutorial For YouTube Videos

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In this video, Nolan shares how to get soft lighting in your YouTube videos.

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— Here’s three free and easy
ways to get soft lighting.

The first way is to use a
window, preferably a big window,

as long as it’s not like a
little tiny window, you’re set.

If you have a white curtain
to put over the window,

this is even better

’cause this is gonna help
diffuse the light coming

through the window even more.

The second way is to bounce
your light off of a white wall

or a white ceiling.

This is gonna spread out your light

onto a larger surface;
giving you softer lighting.

And the third way is to
actually step into the shade.

But when you step into the shade,

you wanna make sure
that your face is facing

where that light is coming from

to give you a nice, even lighting.


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