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  • 1. Single SourceCinematography and Light
  • 2. Georges De La Tour( The Dream of St. Joseph)
  • 3. Single Source• Oh yes, the paintings. Georges de la Tour was born in 1593 in the duchy of Lorraine in north- eastern France.• He travelled to Italy and Netherlands early in his career, where he may have been influenced by Caravaggio and Rembrandt.
  • 4. Caravaggio( Calling of St. Matthew)
  • 5. Rembrandt ()
  • 6. • The glow of single source, practical, in-shot candlelight sets his work apart from Caravaggio, whose hard, directional lighting is similar, but comes from out of frame.
  • 7. • De la Tour was able to imagine and paint scenes illuminated by one candle, one foot from the subject: something that would take more than another 300 years to photograph.
  • 8. • He instinctively understood how the flame was the brightest point in the frame, and often covered the actual source of light with a hand or arm to draw attention to faces and expressions where needed.
  • 9. Rembrandt ( )
  • 10. Side Key Light
  • 11. Side Key- Single Source Light
  • 12. Top- Lighting

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