Gone are the days when your lighting for webinars or online meetings takes a back seat to your message. In todays competitive online world, there’s no place for mediocrity when it comes to your performance and your image in front of the camera.
If you are doing any kind of work behind the camera such as webinars, teaching or coaching then you will want to watch this tutorial on Lighting For Webinars.
Let us not forget, while it’s okay for your attendees to show up with unattractive lighting that’s fit for a horror film, it’s most certainly not okay for you.
What’s covered in this video
In this tutorial, I’m going to give you guidance specifically related to lighting that you can use, regardless of your behind the scenes skill level or your current budget for lighting equipment.
I’ll share with you a classic lighting setup, the Three-Point Lighting technique that has been used by
Photographers, videographers and people like us that require a professional online image for our audiences, but tailored to our work behind the webcam. It’s a super easy setup and well worth your effort.
You’ll learn the placement of each of the lights, what light fixtures and bulbs you should use, including professional and non-pro alternatives, with examples from my own personal lighting setup.
We’ll also play around with each of the lights and demonstrate its purpose and how it functions within our lighting scheme.
Think you need a new webcam? Think again!
Do you feel like your image on your current webcam is grainy and flat? You might want to wait before replacing your camera if you’ve been experiencing this “grainy” resolution because the lighting setup I’ll show will resolve most of the resolution issues you may be having.
Your webinars will be worthy of recording and sharing.
Having great lighting and sound, along with your content, is fodder for some pretty amazing promotional and marketing videos. A well done webinar can be recorded and used for future videos to promote your talent or business.
By the end of this tutorial, you will learn a fast and effective method of lighting for webinars, online coaching or teaching. You will have a nice balanced lighting situation that is definitely worthy of your next appearance on live or recorded camera.
And that my friends, is a wrap!