How To Light The Reverse Angle: Deadfall

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  14 Minutes of Instructional Video, lighting, camera schematics and a glossary of terms for better learningSUPPLIED W/ENGLISH SUBTITLES

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  This lesson is Part 18 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.

Do you light the master shot and then go in for the close up and not change a light?  NO!!!  This lesson is all about delivering lighting with emotion to take your character’s performance even higher.  We show every stroke that I make, every light, diffusion, and gel frame I add to perfect the close up for maximum impact.

  • 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

Chase Gardiner 17 days ago

What was the advantage to using the Steel Blue gel use using the internal gel settings on the Kino Select 30?

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    • Shane Hurlbut, ASC    16 days ago

      @Chase Gardiner HI Chase, I wanted it to be quick and know that it will match, you have to gage tech vs time and I do not want to watch a technician scroll through the settings. HA HA

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dimakop 21 days ago

Hi Shane. Heads up. End of this Episode, there’s no continue to next lesson, so it doesn’t mark it as complete.

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    • Shane Hurlbut, ASC    20 days ago

      @dimakop Hi Peter, Thank you so much for that, I am looking into it

    • Chase Gardiner    16 days ago

      @dimakop the last couple for me didn't have the "continue to next lesson", neither did the whole pre-rigging section.

    • stevencaban    9 days ago

      @dimakop Yes I was confused about this as well. Some are marked completed, others no.

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