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film studies lighting and camera angles slide show

film studies lighting and camera angles slide show

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  • 1. This photo was taken using 3 point lighting or high key lighting. It uses light from all directions creating a fully lit subject
  • 2. This is a close up of Liam’s face using 3 point lighting or high key lightingto show a bright, clear subject.
  • 3. This photo was taken using hard light creating a strong, bold image which also creates shadows
  • 4. This photo was taken using low key lighting.
  • 5. This photo was also taken using low key lighting to create shadows
  • 6. This photo was taken using just the back light to create a silhouette.
  • 7. This photo used a coloured filter to give a alteration of colour to overall shot.
  • 8. This photo was taken using a different coloured filter.
  • 9. This photo was taken using two different coloured filters. Giving the image an alteration to colour to the overall shot.
  • 10. This again uses two different coloured filters. This type of lighting can be used to create a specific mood. For example pink may be used to create romance.
  • 11. This image is an extreme close up of an eye.
  • 12. This image is a close up of Paul's face.
  • 13. This image is a medium close up of Paul. You can see his head and shoulders.
  • 14. This image is mid shot of Paul. You can see his body from his head down to his waist.

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