However, if you looked above, you’d have seen a constellation of various ARRI lights. And several feet in front of the still life, there was a tablet (also on a pedestal ) running ARRI’s Stellar mobile app, which the company calls its “intelligent lighting control app,” which debuted in the fall of 2018.For the show, ARRI set up that constellation of lights above this app to give photographers a sense of its potential.
Of course, for a studio photographer looking to fully control his or her lighting, there were many solutions available at NAB. However, ARRI’s app-based solution was one of the more captivating examples. In fact, you can get a sense of the app’s versatility by just looking at the three images of the still-life I shot at the show. What’s remarkable is that each was altered instantly simply by touching the iPad.
For more on setting up the app, check out ARRI’s microsite (below), which includes an introductory YouTube video on setting up the app. It gives you a great sense of how the app can be implemented in a studio setting and its versatility. There are tutorials on using the app, as well: https://microsites.arri.com/stellar/.
For more on ARRI, go to www.arri.com/en/.
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