B&H Presents: How to Light a Music Video on a Budget—Hosted by Luxli

July 11, 2018

Music video lit entirely with Luxli (Photo: Business Wire)

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 11, 2018--Join Luxli Lights at the B&H Superstore Event Space on July 15 th for their “How to Light a Music Video on a Budget” event. Based on the music video they shot for Catskill, NY artist Liam Singer’s Test Tone, the event will feature:

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Music video lit entirely with Luxli (Photo: Business Wire)

a hands-on live studio experience with their three Luxli lights a live Q&A from the cast and crew of Test Tone a presentation from Casey Krugman, DP of Test Tone and Product Developer of the Luxli Cello

The event will educate attendees in the tools they need to light their own music video on a budget.

“A lot of people are convinced that to light a professional music video, you need to be prepared to spend tens of thousands of dollars,” says Matt Hill, Director of Marketing at Luxli. “When we lit Test Tone, we set out to prove that, with the right tools and creative vision, you can absolutely light a professional music video on a budget.”

Luxli Viola 5″ On-Camera RGB LED Light https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1237741REG/luxli_orc_viola_5_viola_5_multi_color_on_camera.html

Product Highlights

Variable 3000-10,000K Color Temperature Adjustable Full Color Light Discreet Dimming and Color Knobs 100 to 0% Brightness Dimming Flicker-Free Lighting Unit Color and Light Effects Sampling iOS/Android App Control via Bluetooth Link Multiple Viola Units via Bluetooth Rechargeable and Replaceable Battery 1/4″-20 Mounting Thread

Though it might seem too good to be true, Luxli has made a name for itself as developers of LED lights that push technological boundaries and broaden creative limits. Only a few years old, the New York-based company has already attracted a loyal fan base, entranced by the fully RGB and bi-color 5” Luxli Viola and, recently, the new 10” RGBAW Luxli Cello and the 1’x1’ Luxli Timpani. Of special note is that all of Luxli’s design and manufacturing is done in Norway.

Luxli Cello 10″ RGBAW LED Light https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1349012-REG/luxli_orc_cello_10_cello_10w_rgbw_led.html

Product Highlights

10″ 176 RGBAW LED Light Adjustable Full Color Light iOS/Android App Control via Bluetooth White Mode: Standard Bicolor Operation RGB Mode: Select Color from RGB Wheel Filter Mode: Colored Gel Sampling Discreet Dimming and Color Knobs 100 to 0% Brightness Dimming 1/4″-20 Mounting Thread

Luxli Timpani 1x1 RGBAW LED Light https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1353086-REG/luxli_timpani_1x1_1x1_rgb_studio_light.html

Product Highlights

1x1 672 RGBAW LED Light iOS/Android App Control via Bluetooth CCT Mode: 2800-10,000K Color Temperature RGB Mode: Select Color from RGB Wheel Customizable Lighting Effects Filter Mode: 150 Classic Gel Samples 100 to 0% Brightness Dimming DMX 512 Compatible with 5-Pin XLR Built-In V-Mount Plate Includes Yoke with 5/8″ Receiver

When asked what attendees can expect at the event, Matt Hill says, “Answers and ideas. So many DPs and videographers have questions about how to do more within their clients’ budget constraints, plus save time on-set. Our goal is to answer those questions as well as offer new and innovative ideas for them to pursue.”

In addition, two of the three presentations will be livestreamed by B&H.

So if you’ve ever lit or wanted to light a music video before, and wondered how to do it on a budget, this is the event for you.

For more information, including the dates, roster of speakers, and how to register, visit: http://www.luxlilight.com/lp/luxli-how-to-light-a-music-video-event

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