The problem with LED Lighting - video

Written by David Shapton

EBU/RedSharkColour test chart

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

Phil Rhodes has covered this in detail recently.

Here's a very short video by Alan Roberts, for the EBU, where he illustrates the problem. This is something that we are all going to have to get to grips with if we continue to use LED lighting.

 

 

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