How To Compose & Light The Close-Up: Deadfall
INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: 14 Minutes of Instructional Video, lighting, camera schematics and a glossary of terms for better learning–SUPPLIED W/ENGLISH SUBTITLES
IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN: This lesson is Part 11 of a 22 part series that takes you on a journey from Script to Screen. Every nuances is discussed in detail from the first scout with the director, the tech scout, the pre-rig, the blocking, rehearsals to the final angle composed, lit and shot.
Once you have lit your master, now it is time to move in for the close up. What do you alter? What quality of light do you change? Then their is the lens choice, which focal lengths, where to position the camera, at what height? These questions and many more will be answered in this lesson.
- What I use to modify the light for the close up
- How I position the lights
- What quality of light I use and WHY
- Where I place the light to create the correct lighting emotion
- What lens to use
- What height to set your camera at