When everything went virtual a couple of years ago, and you were forced to build your home studio, it most likely started with just having a webcam, microphone, and maybe some lights. After two years of everything being virtual, it is no longer okay just to have a basic setup. Having just a basic setup will get you lost in the crowd.
Let's look at how to quickly and easily take your home studio to the next level by adding colored lights into your background.
Below you can see how just adding the red and blue lights behind me changed how my studio looked. It made me the focus instead of me just fading into the background.
BEFORE BACKGROUND LIGHTS
AFTER BACKGROUND LIGHTS
To accomplish my studio look, I am using 3 Sansi LED RGB lights (affiliate link) with 2 of the lights panels set to red and 1 set to blue. I have 3 lights due to the size of the wall behind me, but if you are in a smaller room or closer to the wall behind you, you may only need 1 or 2 lights.
The lights are currently $80 USD; you can get them at https://amzn.to/3Rb9l6R (affiliate link).
For just a little bit of money, you can make your studio standout.