How to Light Horror: Killer Close Up – Pt. 5

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  15 Minutes of Instructional Video, Detailed Written Breakdown, Lighting Schematics, and Side by Side Comparison for better instruction. ENGLISH SUBTITLES INCLUDED

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  What different angles will make this scene even more mind-blowing? What diffusion can you use to make it creepier? With additional quirky bounce ideas, Shane Hurlbut ASC teaches you some of the key tips and tricks for scaring people through film including:

  • Using diffusion to add even greater effects.
  • Camera angles that will shock!
  • Light bounces and practical lights.

kamkol.productions@gmail.com 29 days ago

Cool course! Just finished it. Curious to know if the fresnels were in the spot position or somewhere in the middle between spot and flood.

ahmed.salem555 4 days ago

Dear Shane , Very Awesome Contents , Waiting for more surprises other (genera) next few months. just as I conclude you were always to sell the genera trying to light her with indirect way such as back light, bounce light

christian.reverchonfilms@iinet.net.au 6 days ago

Great lessons and shadows are so well done. This course brought me a lot of answers for the new short film that I will shoot in a few weeks. A short film about the life and trial of a witch in Scotland in the 16th century. But unfortunately we will not using 4K lighting because of the budget anyway we will find a way to work and create an approximate atmosphere with our lightings as we are shooting interior and exterior. Thank you Shane.

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    • Shane Hurlbut, ASC    5 days ago

      @christian.reverchonfilms@iinet.net.au Hi christian.reverchonfilms@iinet.net.au, You are very welcome my friend. You can do it with M18's or tungsten fresnels that are cheaper. 4K fresnels are very cheap now because everyone is using the Arri M series and the rental houses have to blow the dust off of them. HA AH

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