Live production veteran Bill Di Paolo discusses how to arrange your lighting placement for the best results for live production and streaming. Topics will include proper light intensity, selecting the correct type of fixtures for your needs, and using LEDs vs. conventional lights (Hint: You should use both). Whether you’re a volunteer just learning about lighting or a seasoned pro, there will be useful information for you.

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