From the exclusive ASC clubhouse in Hollywood, celebrated cinematographer, George Mooradian ASC, joined our host American Cinematographer’s Jon Witmer for an exclusive premiere of a new short movie produced with Litepanels new Gemini.
The 700 million subscribers with the Fullscreen app not only get access to thousands of original videos created by some of the Internet’s biggest celebrities, they’re also free to explore a massive catalog of classic shows such as Dawson’s Creek and Saved by the Bell.
Easily determine the power needs for your lighting with Litepanels' quick, easy-to-read reference chart. This new chart allows you to conveniently look up how long your Litepanels lighting will last (in minutes) when paired with certain Anton/Bauer mobile power solutions.
Even after 15 years, the memory of the September 11th terrorist attacks is still fresh in the minds of Americans across the nation. With the country still mourning the loss of thousands of loved ones, filmmakers work to accurately portray and retell the tragic events of that day through the eyes of those that were there.
Go behind the scenes with filmmaker Matt Siegel to see how mobile power and lighting can help tell your story. On the set of an upcoming independent film, Siegel uses LEDs for the first time. See how he used them to tell his story and hear his thoughts.
With over 35 years of experience in lighting sets like It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Practical magic and The Crucible, Litepanels co-founder Pat Grosswendt shares his simple tips to achieving perfect green screen lighting.
Go behind the scenes with Litepanels to see how mobile power and lighting can help tell your story. On the set of the short film, Let Her Go, Director of Photography Joe Gunawan used the new Astra Soft to set the scene and tone for the drama/horror film.
Not only is Walter Bithell the gaffer on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, but is he also a long-time Litepanels customer. On set he utilized a variety of Litepanels products; in fact, they were featured over 150 times in his notes.