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Description

Light is the most important tool available to you when enhancing the atmosphere and mystery of your story on camera. On the shoot, the Director of Photography will spend the greater part of his or her time getting the film lighting set-up to best represent the scene€™s aesthetic and emotional needs. This basic film lighting class will give you the information you will need on your next shoot.

Using a digital camera and a simple film lighting kit, this evening film lighting class will introduce you to the basics of film lighting for moving pictures, with emphasis on working on the low-budget digital formats.

The course covers:
- Working with available light
- Using Tungsten lights and daylight together
- Hard & soft lighting
- 3 & 4 point lighting set-ups
- Diffusion & flagging to control light
- Creating a cinematic look
- Q & A This experience is wheelchair friendly!


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What you need

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Next class

Thursday 21 March at 18:30 to 21:00

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Wheelchair Accessible

This experience is wheelchair accessible. In order to be wheelchair accessible, all of the following criteria must be met.

Please note that the host is responible for ensuring that the criteria above has been met.

Did you know?

In the Stephen King novella for The Shawshank Redemption, Morgan Freeman's Red is described as a white Irishman. The script sees Red sarcastically quip, "Maybe its cause I'm Irish" as a nod to the change.


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10a Craven Street, Londra, Regno Unito


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