How to Create Color Contrast: Into The Badlands
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INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: 51 Minutes of Instructional Video, In-Depth Written Breakdown, Behind-the-Scene Stills, Call Sheets, Topdown Lighting Diagrams –Supplied w/English Subtitles
IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN: Shooting at night can be a rather tricky task if you come unprepared or have to emulate fire sources. In this lesson, Shane Hurlbut, ASC takes you through his process of lighting night sequences in his TV-series, “Into the Badlands.” This is a firsthand look into what it takes to light wide shots with fire accenting the scene and the steps to keeping it constant for the audience.
- Firsthand look into the production of “Into the Badlands.”
- Understanding the light quality that fire emits.
- The theory of lighting night scenes.
- How to be prepared with the right tools to pull it off.
- Employing Shane’s signature DIY Fire Gag.
- How to communicate to your team the vision that you want.
<<<Alain>>> İ just watched this Lesson , very nice how you explained the difficulties you got on a night shoot and how you solved it, also the explanation of the colours and shadows of the dutch painter Rembrandt, good job out their folks , try to follow a course, with @shanehurlbutasc because this is the real thing , no school can beat that
<<<Joel>>> Thanks so much Shane for this great lesson to learn from
<<<Sean>>> Been in a creative rut lately; this made my day!
<<<Joao>>>Shane, I love your into the badlands videos, they are very insightful!
<<<Teo>>>I’m always pleased with your explanations!!
<<<Sloan>>> Love it! Keep it coming!
<<<Ahmed>>>Very awesome lesson, thanks for sharing knowledge about the oak thickness.
<<<Reid>>>Great recap. I thought the split tones in Sunny’s room were gorgeous. Really enjoying these ‘Into the Badlands’ breakdowns.