Posts Tagged ‘lighting’
Follow this step-by-step process of transforming a less-than-ideal interview location into something visually pleasing to the eye.
Cinematographer Michael Pessah discusses the lighting, camera, and overall planning it took to pull off shooting a beach night exterior. Smiley Face Killers is a treatise in …
Today, we’re going to discuss “Paris, Texas,” one of the best-looking films of all time, and explore how it was shot.
Today, we’re going to explore the intricacies of lighting a scene using natural light, geography, and the 180 Degree Rule.
Leko lights are a great way to capture natural-looking pockets of sunlight, or to cast light where no other light will go.
Don’t let the limitations and constraints of the filmmaking process deter you. You can still get a great-looking, cinematic image with a single light.
Almost any light can create a cinematic image if you modify it correctly. Here’s an introduction to the three primary ways to modify your lighting.
Add small, manageable-sized beams of light to your video project with the help of volumetric lighting — also known as “god rays.”
In this video tutorial, we take a look at high-key lighting — what exactly it is, when should you use it, and how you set it up.
Lighting talent is hard enough, but when you have to take into account different skin tones, you need a thorough understanding of how to control light.
Today, we’ll talk about lighting in ratios, how it can change your cinematography, as well as the way you think about lighting a scene.