What are the lighting layout techniques for small and medium studios?
The lighting layout of the studio is not only a simple installation of lamps and lanterns to brighten the studio, but also a lot of lighting layout techniques, which can use lighting to enhance the atmosphere of the program and enhance the effect of the TV picture. Today, I will share 4 tips for small and medium-sized studio lighting arrangements.
1. Avoid frontal light
The front light will make the TV screen too dull, and the light from the side or back should be used for the lighting arrangement of small and medium-sized studios. Especially in a virtual studio, if the front flat light is used improperly, there will be logical errors in the projection environment, the direction of the actual light source and the virtual light source are inconsistent; in addition, the secondary projection produced by the main light source on the blue box will also affect the computer Image processing.
2. Backlight layout
In small and medium-sized studio lighting, backlighting can reflect the relationship between the characters and the scene, and is used to outline the lines and three-dimensional outline of the characters to enhance the three-dimensional sense and layering of the picture. In the lighting layout of small and medium-sized studios, hard-light LED spotlights should be used for backlighting. The position of backlighting should be at the back of the host. The upward throwing degree is 45°~65°. The brightness should be higher than the main light. Bright, so as not to produce unnatural feeling.
3. Use shadows
In small and medium-sized studio lighting arrangements, it is not impossible to have shadows, but reasonable handling of shadows can enhance the expressiveness of the program. If the host has a double chin, you can use lights to create a certain shadow on the host’s chin to cover the double chin.
4. Light color temperature
In a studio, there is usually only one color temperature of light. The lighting layout of small and medium-sized studios should fully consider the impact of light color temperature on the atmosphere of the program. The light with a color temperature of 3200K is warm yellow light, which renders a warm atmosphere, suitable for interview studios; the light with a color temperature of 5600K is white light, which will appear serious and suitable for news studios.
The four layout techniques for small and medium-sized studio lighting layout include avoiding frontal light, backlit layout, using shadows and light color temperature, but in actual studio layout, you also need to consider the comprehensive factors of the scene to achieve the ideal lighting effect.
Post time: Dec-24-2020