Sean Alami's Food B-Roll Tutorial

Food B-Roll in Depth Tutorial – A Chef’s Table Look

In my opinion, this is the only in depth food handled B-roll tutorial out there that really talks about how to create cinematic food b-roll using a handheld camera.

Using only one camera and one light, I demonstrate how you can create a cinematic food b roll sequence that looks like the Netflix’s Chef’s Table series. The fantastic SIRUI C60B spot video light makes the chef’s table look different.

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My Essentials Lightroom Presets :

Gear Used:

SIRUI C60B Light (20% OFF) :
My Main Camera –
My Vlogging Camera (Amazon) –
Best Gimbal in the Game (DJI) –…
My Go to Lens (Amazon) –
My Second Go to Lens (Amazon) –
My Cinematic Lens (Amazon) –


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