How to LIGHT a TABLE TOP setup



This is part two on tabletop setups covering the way I like to light especially if I am doing multiple angles and have to light the talent as well.

The camera setup can be seen here:

All the gear I used in my setup:

Fiilex Q500

Genus Vari ND Filter

8×8 Digital Juice Butterfly Frame

C-Stands (you’ll need 4)

Recommended Gear:

Fiilex Q1000

Or

Fiilex Matrix

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13 Comments

  • where did you get the subscribe graphics in 2:26?

    GUNSPRESSO
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • This was awesome! Thank you!!

    Klara Aythea
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • This is the Great Lighting Setup I ever seen..! The best Lighting setup for Table Top shots. Thanks Dude Really Great job..!

    IMRAN KHAN
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • That was very helpful! Thanks!

    Cooking Lessons for Dad
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Thanks man. Saved me a day of light tests!

    Aneesh Kumar
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • could u plz tell me what camera that u used to record yourself in this video?

    Mohammed Geddani
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • can you post the link for grip gear item for attaching tripod head to c-stand gobo arm?

    Photographic elements
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I need your advice please concerning the lighting, I want to shoot overhead camera tutorials, I want to eliminate shades to the max and with enough light, is it better to have 2 softboxes with 5 lamps ports on each one, or should I rather go for 3 softboxes with one lamp port each.
    Thank you so much, your videos and advices are of a big help ! 😀

    RACHID ALAMI
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Good tuts video… I want to know what settings are you using for table top camera ? I am always getting blurry video shot.

    Organic Agrarian
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Hey dude, great video and sick setup. I recently went out and got a lighting setup and while I've been able to get some great shots of me in the kitchen, I'm having trouble nailing my rig for top down shots on my cutting board. I have a set of 3 LED panels, 2 of which are set up on C stands facing downward towards the cutting board. I tried mounting another C stand behind me over the shoulder style, but this created too much wobble. There is also too much shadow in my shot. Should I be approaching this differently?

    TJ Blackmore
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Nice explainer. So you're using the fabric as a bounce? I need more powerful lights for sure

    RavKan
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • Dude! This is awesome! Thanks for sharing this setup.

    Tomas Villegas
    Posted July 12, 2020
  • I ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW HOW they did it

    Lucky Luke Productions
    Posted July 12, 2020

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