Lighting for Film “Intro Filmmaking Series” workshop
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About The Event
Learn how to use light to enrich your cinematic stories. Light is a crucial factor in shooting a successful film. Interviews, documentaries, narrative, advertising and even online video content demands for meaningful use of light, not for the exposure but as a visual reference of emotion of the scene.
If you are new to lighting for the camera, this course is for you.
- Lighting units and operation
- Three-point lighting
- Hard and soft light
- Use and control of shadows
- Use of natural light
- Lighting diagrams
- Hands-on lighting exercise
- Case studies
You will learn:
Placement of lights and the logic behind it.
Use of lighting equipment and natural light.
Understand how light can impact and improve the quality of your production.
Understand film terminology.
To participate in the course It would help if you had a basic understanding of camera operation.
For guided self-development, practical assignments, presentations, useful links, and materials, students have access to our online platform.
Workshops are led by professional filmmakers producing content for broadcasting, online and cinema.
By attending our workshops, you are not only supporting independent filmmakers, but you will make the "Community Film Project" possible. Thank you from the filmmakers of our community.
This workshop is part of an “Intro Filmmaking Series” course.
If you attend all “Intro Filmmaking Series” workshops and submit practical assignments on the IFP online platform, an “Independent Film Productions” certificate will be issued on completion and posted to you.