A Streamer’s Guide to Twitch – Lighting Tutorial



This is how you can get the BEST quality out of your webcam and make sure all of your viewers can see your beautiful face. This video will go over briefly the settings on the webcam, how I adjust them to fit my needs and some simple lighting setups that you can use for your stream.

Logitech C920: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Widescreen-Calling-Recording-Desktop/dp/B006JH8T3S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1495951637&sr=8-1&keywords=logitech%2Bc920&th=1

24 Portrait Lighting Setups: https://digital-photography-school.com/24-portrait-lighting-setups/


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19 comments

  • Adam Henry 3 years ago

    Great video!!! appreciate this!

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  • Sadminati 3 years ago

    oh man and also is there softwear for logitech c922x pro ?

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  • Naaackers 3 years ago

    Great video. What I will recommend to anyone willing to spend just a few more dollars, get non rgb smart bulbs that can be controlled by a remote or an app. Having control over the brightness of the bulbs gives you a little bit more flexibility, with the option of fine tuning the lighting. If you are in a tight space and using the standard desk lamp and lightbulb, it can be very harsh on your eyes to be blasted by a lamp for an entire stream, especially since you are already staring at a bright monitor.

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  • Sadminati 3 years ago

    also doesnt that light burn your eyes xD?

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  • Sadminati 3 years ago

    hey how much megapixel is the logitech c922 pro? i bought it but my lighting was low so it sucked xD thanks for your video. and if you know how much megapixel is the camera tell me ok

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  • Ideal_gaming 3 years ago

    thank you helped me very much I subbed hoping for future content

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  • Manco De Lepanto 3 years ago

    Ty so much. Very very useful. Thx bro.

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  • DzLiveTv 3 years ago

    Great video!

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  • CJ Baczek 3 years ago

    how do you only have 70 subscribers

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  • Inky Deranged 3 years ago

    Thanks for the video. Now I'm reconsidering, if I really need to buy the softboxes 😀
    My current experience with lightbulbs is that they burn out the face (like before the adjustments, the white burnouts), therefore was thinking about softboxes to even the light out.

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  • Mike 3 years ago

    you sure cause some of the best streamers have shitty lighting

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  • submotionMY 3 years ago

    Just what I wanted to know for now! Thank you! Sub!

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  • James Ward 3 years ago

    Hey bro great vid! Very informative and makes all of this seem a lot less daunting. Maybe you already said in the vid but just curious what bulbs you use in your lamps? lumens, wattage that kind of thing. Many thanks!

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  • rojoxacexhoe 3 years ago

    Ummmm. How do you only have a few subscribers! Amazing guides. You will blow up soon, I guarantee it.

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  • TheGameNFormer 3 years ago

    Enjoyed the video. It has given me ideas when it comes to lighting. I have a window in the background with my blinds closed so it makes my lighting situation bad. I bought two desk lamps to solve the problem. Hope it works 😀

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  • Poh 3 years ago

    So for my control panel i only have afew settings, how could i fix that?

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  • Jane Plays 3 years ago

    Do you have affordable lighting you can suggest, similar to suggesting the logitech?

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  • John Alexander 3 years ago

    I love people as obsessed with detail as you. Your hoodie is also sweet asf.

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  • Ali Pride Gaming 3 years ago

    Something I've actively trying to improve on my channel by finally adding soft boxes for my lighting. Homemade and crappy soft boxes, but they work lol. Good video. Earned my sub, and Twitch follow for future views.

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