Cheap, long-lasting, and green: LED lights have become indispensible for many video professionals. And, thanks to the friendly firefly (and some scientists), they are about to get much better
Some LED manufacturers are making claims about efficiency that just don't make sense, says Phil Rhodes
Gamut is one of the stranger words in the English language. Phil Rhodes sheds some light on this often misunderstood term
Want to know more about LED lighting? Here's your chance.
Digital Signage is gradually replacing traditional poster sites and now the largest indoor LED screen in Europe has gone live at Waterloo Station in London
LED lighting seems to have everything going for it: low power consumption, less heat, and a long lifespan. But there's a catch.
Part 2 of our investigation into whether we can ever get good colour from modern lighting
LED lights are a big hit. With low power consumption, long life bulbs, a relatively high light output and little heat radiating onto the set, they have become highly sought after. Kieron Seth looks at the plusses and pitfalls of LED lighting.
LED lighting in still photography and video is problematic because even though you can approximate a white-looking light, there are gaps in the spectrum that can leave some colours under-illuminated
Raise your hand if you are interested in LED lighting because it lets you get more light for less power
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