04 A Dynamic Approach to Motion

THIS LESSON INCLUDES:  20 minute Instructional Videos from On Set with Shane Hurlbut ASC, detailed written breakdowns, Top Down Lighting & Blocking Schematics, Lighting Lists templates, Camera Lists templates and Side by Side Comparisons.

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  Pulling off a Real looking Poorman’s Process is all about realsitic movement.  In this Lesson Shane Hurlbut ASC guides you through how he creates, crafts, manicures and pulls off the ART OF POORMAN’s PROCESS. With On Set step-by-step guidance focusing on Netflix smash-hit The Babysitter, Shane shows you every trick in the book for creating lighting gags that use moving tree branches, ways to shake the car and subtle movement of lights that make it feel like they are really driving.

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Cameron Chin 11 days ago

Shane, thanks for sharing the bokeh wall gag. Looking forward to use it someday.

jsfilmz 23 days ago

Its amazing what you were able to do with just a couple of lights. I know you didn’t use a lightmeter for this but if you did, how many stops under do you think her face would have been and how many stops under would the dark interior of the car be? That is the hardest thing for me is balancing the keylight to the rest of the car. We definitely need more of these types of tutorial. Tutorials without massive HMI’s