Color temperature and white balance can be incredibly powerful tools when it comes to crafting emotion for your scenes.
Today, we’ll be discussing how you can use white balance and color temperature to craft unique looks that work with all sorts of different film genres. Shooting a horror? Romance? Comedy? We’ve got you covered.
We share specific color temperature examples that will help you create a look that will match your scene. We do this by taking you through the color temperature scale and shifting our white balance up and down to create different looks. You can be subtle or stylised, it’s up to you!
As talked about in the video, Download your free Lighting Breakdowns and a Color Temperature Chart below!
This is the final video in our color temperature and white balance series, but it you missed the previous two videos, check them out below!
Color Temperature Series:
What is Color Temperature?: https://youtu.be/dKUrI2WGEaA
White Balance vs Color Temperature: https://youtu.be/bD8uSQCbwMc
Make sure to checkout our other videos on film lighting basics in our film lighting techniques and filmmaking tutorials playlists!
Equipment used in this video:
- Panasonic GH4
- Sigma 18-35mm f1.8
- Metabones Speedbooster (Nikon)
- Lightpro Fluro 4-Bank with Kino TruMatch Bulbs
- Aputure F7
- Aputure AL-H198
- Yongnuo YN360
- -alconeyes RX-12T
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