In this post, we'll take a closer look at some of the creative scenes you can create with the H18, along with its various settings and how to control it using a Bluetooth app.
2. Set each light to RGB cycle mode.
3. Each light cycles through a different hue.
You will enjoy fun rainbow effects and a top neon party atmosphere.
3. Apply black wrap (black foil) to the top of the barn door to shape the light into a thinner and narrower one.
Limited lighting creates more unpredictable scenes.
1. Place an overhead light on a C stand and narrow the beam with the barn door.
2. Place four lights without the barn door in the background.
3. The studio is filled with a rich hazy atmosphere.
4. Use a prism in front of the lens to create reflections and make the scene appear larger.
You get a cyberpunk lighting effect then
Small spaces or product shots
1. Four H18 are set as ABCD four groups.
2. Group A is our background light.
3. Group B is the character's overhead light, and Group C is the front key light that illuminates the character.
4. Group D is our backlight, set it to orange.
5. Use a little smoke machine and create a little bit of low-hanging fog.
This lighting setup is also great for product shots because it allows for individual control of the lights.