How To Light And Expose A Bar Scene: Coors Light Pt. 3
INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: 13 Minutes of Instructional Video, In-Depth Written Breakdown-SUPPLIED W/ENGLISH SUBTITLES
IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN: Commercial Cinematography is very different than Narrative. A shot can be designed for 4-10 minutes, but in a commercials you have 15 to 30 seconds to convey your story, your message, your style and your attention grabbing imagery. This lesson is Part 4 in a 7 Part series on Commercial Cinematography on what it takes to stay on schedule, on budget, light product, cans, bottles and liquid and deliver the 2 seconds of brilliance per shot.
Lighting and Exposing a bar can be tricky business when you have a lot of ground to cover. In Part 3 of this lesson, Shane Hurlbut, ASC discusses how he lit the bar scene in the Coors Light commercial. This is a firsthand look into the world of commercial filmmaking and what it takes to make your day.
- Understanding how to light and expose a bar environment.
- The importance of atmosphere and maintaining realism in the scene.
- How to accentuate your surrounds and immerse your audience in the minutiae.
- Knowing the tools to help get the job done.
- Using practical lights to pull out the environment.
- How to communicate with your team to execute the vision.