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Light Better - Not Brighter.
In theater, actors hear "find your light" which literally means stand in your spot light - actors are nothing without it - TV and Film are nothing without it. Lighting is a character in and of itself - its color, brightness, position, wraparound, and falloff help craft emotion all while meeting the technical demands of the medium. Understanding light and how to craft it will help you render an engaging world on camera.
In the FilmSkills Lighting Course, go on set with Emmy and Academy-Award-winning cinematographers as they teach you the art and craft of cinema lighting. Learn the attributes of light and how to control them, how to create low budget lighting options, how to work with color, how to use simple techniques for lighting people, how to approach the lighting of a scene, learn advanced techniques for reducing, softening and shaping light as well as how to work outside with the sun to get the look you want. Learn from the best in one of the most comprehensive lighting courses available with the FilmSkills Lighting Course.
· 4 DVD Series
· 245 minutes of engaging videos
· 12 Hollywood Instructors, several Emmy winners
· 73 page illustrated companion guide
· Covers the entire screen writing process
· Used in the nation's top film schools
Disc 1: Attributes of Light, Reducing Light, Softening Light
Disc 2: Shaping Light, Lighting People, Lighting Outside
Disc 3: Color Temperatures Working with Mixed Light
Disc 4: Key Light Techniques Lighting a Scene
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