We love seeing out kit put to good use! Checkout the official trailer for Blue, an environmental film focusing on the ocean. Underwater cinematography is by Jon Shaw at Gin Clear Film, who uses dual LD-100Vs with short canisters (107whr) as his go to lighting solution. Well done guys!
Continuing our educational series, Bobby Franklin discusses the simple yet effect UWLD video bracket solution. Optimised for action shooting in a technical diving scenario (rather than cinema grade videography), the video bracket is an effective solution for hands free video capture.
Bobby takes us through the features of the Light Dude goodman handle, and how to get the most out of your setup.
Bobby Franklin, owner of UW Light Dude runs us through various features of Light Dude lights. In this video, Bobby covers piezo button activation, piezo cover usage and selecting power levels for primary and video lights.
We just received this video from Mike Wynd & Co, showcasing some of the awesome wrecks of the Great Lakes, Michigan. Mike’s rather petite video setup includes dual 10,000 lumen LD-100V with mini 54whr canisters and a GoPro Hero 4. He highlights brilliantly what can be done with proper lighting and camera skills. We love the fact that […]
Can video lights be used to replace strobes for still photograph? I’ve generally answered “NO” to this question, but for off-camera lighting video lights are a simple and effective solution. We put our 10,000 lumen videos lights to the test in Madison Blue Cave (Florida), here’s what we found. Let me first say that I […]
World leading videographer and Emmy Award nominee (2016), Jon Shaw of Gin Clear Film discusses features and performance of the LD100V video light.
Air travel with dive gear is a pain, and that’s before you get me started on weight limits. Add lithium batteries and airline industry staff who don’t know their own policies, and you can have a rough ride ahead of you. Here’s my guide and top tips to easier travel with lithium batteries. Firstly, we […]
Not all lights are created equal, video lights make this point real clear. Lumen output, beam pattern and beam angle are by far your biggest variables, but let’s not forget size and weight. Dragging a heavy camera rig around underwater can be a major pain, and don’t even get me started on commercial air travel. […]