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Using a Single Key Light

Using a Single Key Light

  Transcript: Hi, Michael here with The Makeup Light. We often get asked, "Is a one light set up good enough for doing makeup? Can you really get away with one light?" Absolutely. Megan here is using a single light set up. She has a Key Light on a Gooseneck on a Stand. Positioned over her shoulder.  She does not have to block the light to see my face. It's brightly illuminated, evenly illuminated, and gives her all the detail to be able to see. So, yes, a single light set up is perfectly suited for doing makeup.  

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LED Lighting for Photography and Video

LED Lighting for Photography and Video

  Transcript: A lot of people ask us, well, are The Makeup Lights good for photography? Are they good for video? Absolutely they are. The quality of light is amazing for that. We have 95+ CRI, so it's daylight-balanced, 5000 degree Kelvin. They're dimmable. Photographers love these lights. Videographers love these lights. A lot of Influencers are using our lights now as well. So, absolutely, if you're looking for a great light to do photography, to do video, and do makeup, pick up The Makeup Light.  

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Articulating Arm - Assembly Demo

Articulating Arm - Assembly Demo

Transcript: Hi, Michael here with The Makeup Light and today we're going to do a quick assembly on the Articulating Arm. It comes in a few pieces. We just want to kind of clear it up as to exactly the best way to assemble this for your use.  So, first thing you're going to do it to attach the C-clamp to a solid surface. It can be vertical. it can be horizontal. We have this clamped to this countertop, so it's very sturdy on here.  Next, we're going to take the Articulating Arm. This is the piece that actually flexes out. There's a simple post down here that goes into the...

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Quick Release Demo

Quick Release Demo

Transcript: Hi, Michael here with the makeup light, and today we're going to do a quick lesson on how to attach a quick release to any of our TML light panels. First, orient the light panel so you can read "TML" in front of you. Position this portion of the quick release so the red lever is pointed towards you. Attach the conical shaped bolt to the short end of the allen wrench so it looks like this. Insert it into place. Start to tighten it down. Then, hold it in position so the red lever is toward you. Then, firm it...

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