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Reflect existing light onto shadowed areas of your subject with a simple, DIY bounce board. Lighting can be tricky when you are shooting video. If you have limited lighting and don’t have a professional bounce board, you can easily make one. A bounce board is a reflective surface that can be used to fill in shadows from light falloff by

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positioning the board opposite your light source and aiming the light’s reflection back onto your subject. You can make your own as easily as wrapping aluminum foil around a piece of stiff cardboard. By changing the angle, you can produce subtle to more dramatic effects on the shadow areas of your scene.

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