Bounce Light: Matching Practical Light With Colored Bounce Sources

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  11 Minutes of Instructional Video, In depth Written Breakdown, Top Down Lighting Schematics and Side by Side quality comparisons    –Supplied w/English Subtitles

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  This is Part 6 of a 6 Part Series on Bounce light, where we go into 22 different bounce materials.  We show side by sides so you can really see the color difference and the quality difference of each one.  Have you ever used Bleached Muslin or Grifflon as a bounce source?  Have you ever compared the quality of Foam core to Bead board?  Welcome to the Hurlbut Academy where we do the tests that no one ever has time for and we do it so you can perfect your craft.  Get in there!!!!  Have you ever come across when sunlight blasts off of a warm floor that then plays on a wall, or the warm glow that comes from a lamp shade?  This lesson goes into the Color Temp of bounce light that is Warm White and Gold in tone, which will require a material that is natural, brown or gold in color. I will break down all the different materials to create these colors as well as showing you their different qualities of light so you can start to emulate what you see in the wild.

• Unbleached muslin instructional video
• Butcher paper instructional video
• Silver and gold lamé instructional video
• Lighting schematic


<<<Kevin>>> There is so much awesomeness in here I can barely fit this comment. 🙂
<<<Alex>>> Thanks for this tremendous Lesson Shane! Never seen lamé used before. Love the butcher paper!
<<<Ahmend>>>Thank you very much and it is more than perfect as usual.
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