shooting "Day for Night" or shooting at night?
Page 2 of 3 - shooting "Day for Night" or shooting at night? - posted in Lighting: I think I'm going to go ahead and do night for night. Shooting during the day just seems to get more and more tedious as I look into it. With shooting at night I wont have to worry about the sliding glass door either, which seems like it could be extremely problematic in going from wide to close up. I think Im going to use the kitchen table practical and the stove practical. Shine an blue gelle...
Always Ask Yourself These 12 Questions Before Lighting Any Scene
Great cinematography is all about preparation, and few aspects of the craft require as much preparation as lighting.
Spy: Jude Law "Bradley Fine" Behind the Scenes Movie Interview | ScreenSlam
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Book Light on a Model by Shane Hurlbut, ASC
Read more here on creating a beauty light with a book light - http://hurlbutvisuals.com/blog/2012/11/creating-a-beauty-light-with-a-book-light/
The Documentary Interview: Photo
This is my tribute to beautiful documentary interviews. Screengrabs from films, posted occasionally. Different styles, all striking. A source book for filmmakers and film lovers. Get new posts on IG @docinterview if you prefer. The full info and complete archive only lives here.
Polishing the Talking Head Interview by Art Adams - ProVideo Coalition
I'm constantly experimenting with common lighting setups and trying to make them better. There is no more common lighting setup than that of the talking head interview. Here are a couple of tricks I tried the other day that seem to work quite well.