We’ve just finished our second behind the scenes movie from the Wildlife Rescue Movie done together with F&V Light.
In this video we are talking about how we have been lighting animals when filming outside in daylight. The filming conditions vary from cloudless midday sky, to grey and rainy mornings, to fading evenings. We always wanted to give a consistent, soft illumination on the animal and create a glint in the eyes regardless the natural lighting conditions. This time meet baby sloth Hannah, parrot Deas and kinkajou Max where we are showing how we have been using very portable LED lights to light the animals and to help convey the feelings of warmth and tenderness in these scenes.
We used an array of LED panels, the larger F&V K4000 and the smaller Z180.
/Andreas & Natalie