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21601234 Lighting Handbook Video Lighting

21601234 Lighting Handbook Video Lighting

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Published by Terry A. Waldrop

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Published by: Terry A. Waldrop on Dec 20, 2010
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1504ART Digital Video Foundations
 After making sure that your actor is saying the rightlines, that the picture is in focus and the camera isrecording probably the last thing on your mind is theway the picture is lit.But wait, the difference between something that is welllit and something that isn't can be the differencebetween a film that's great and one that's totally pants.
Generally you want to keep your light level up. Video cameras work best in a certain range - too brightand whites get blasted out too dark and you get agrainy image without much colour. The worst part of this is that if something is ‘blown out’the camera records
image data, so you cannot just‘fix it in post’.But you also want to create a play on light and shadeon the objects before you, revealing depth, form andmood.

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