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CHEAP AND EASY DIY VIDEO LIGHTING



Cheap and Easy Lighting Alternative for filming YouTube videos. Under $100!!

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In this video I show you how to create cheap and easy lights that improve the quality of your videos. Lighting makes your videos look better, it’s a fact and I will show you how to get better quality videos for under $100. The cheap video lighting alternatives I show you in this video require no expertise or tools, everything can be set up in minutes. Everything you need is linked below, including the makeup I am wearing. xoxo

***ITEMS YOU NEED***
Clamp Lights:
Light Stands:
Bulbs:
-add on item rubber bands: 
-add on item Parchment paper:  (Parchment Paper does not burn and wax can supposedly but it never did withmine).

Getting wax paper at the dollar store is better but you can also buy it without being an add on here: 
Black Photography Clamps: 
White Ceiling Hook:
Hanging Light Fixture:

I have been told Parchment paper is better since it can withstand more heat:

**THE RING LIGHT I USE**
1. Neewer Ring Light:
2. Ring Light Stand:
3. Neewer Ring Light Diffuser Cover:

**Makeup seen on me**
Wet n Wild Dollhouse Pink:
Kohl Black Eyeliner:
Wet n Wild Fergie Mattifying Powder:
Smashbox Matte Bronzer:

**Clothing & Accessories**
Apple Watch (Mine is the Rose Gold 42MM):
Apple Watch Band $13.99:

Shirt and shorts (Carmar Denim) are from www.lfstores.com

DISCLAIMER: None of these items are sponsored items, however I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. All recommendations and opinions of products are honest and always my own. xoxo – Kimbyrleigha

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  1. There's too much light sources pointed at you. The two head lamps you have is overpowering. Maybe move one of the lights behind you and diffuse it more, to give you some depth. And for that ceiling light, put it into a head lamp fixture and point it up towards the ceiling and backwall that you're looking at. This will not only diffuse your light, but it will balance out the room too.

    That's really all you need is to diffuse, because they are drowning out your highlights and shadows.

  2. Even fluorescents can get really hot, especially when the electronics in the base malfunction. Please for the sake of your daughter go to your town's theatrical supply store and buy a couple of sheets of flameproof diffusion material to put over your lights. Something like Rosco Tough Silk. It's only $8 per 20×24 sheet. And attach it Hollywood style to your lamps by using clothespins.

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