Lighting for film and digital cinematology
Successfully design and implement lighting setups with LIGHTING FOR FILM AND DIGITAL CINEMATOGRAPHY with InfoTrac(R)! Coverage includes lighting, color control, texture, exposure technique, and elements that create image, "look," and mood. With a balance of the aesthetic and technical aspects of lighting, this communication text helps you apply what you have learned with over 150 photographs, diagrams, and images from real films.
Part One: FUNDAMENTALS OF LIGHTING. 1. Basic Lighting Concepts. 2. Lighting Setups: Basic Light Placements. 3. Basic Working Methods: Lighting Ratios. Part Two: FUNDAMENTALS OF EXPOSURE. 4. Basic Exposure Concepts. 5. Additional Exposure Concepts You Need to Know. 6. Creative Exposure Techniques. Part Three: LIGHTING APPLICATIONS. 7. Approaches to Lighting Style. 8. Lighting Interiors. 9. Lighting Exteriors. 10. Setting Up a Production: The Cinematographer's Duties. Part Four: DIGITAL CINEMATOGRAPHY. 11. Video the Film Way. 12. Lighting Techniques for Digital Cinematography. Part Five: CONTROLS OVER COLOR AND IMAGE LOOK. 13. Lighting for Color. 14. Lab and Post Production. Part 6: Lighting Analyses of Selected Shots. Appendix A: Lighting and Grip Gear. Appendix B: Suggested Exposure and Lighting Exercises.