Lighting 2013

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  • The Sewer Sequence – Ch (14 – The Cat in the Door Way)
  • Ch (30) The Interrogation
  • Link + Chapter 2
  • Chapters – 5 (RED) 7 (BLUE) 13 (BLACK)
  • Chapter 1
  • Lighting 2013

    1. 1. Cinematography • Camera • Lighting & Colour
    2. 2. Cinematography • Camera • Lighting & Colour
    3. 3. Lighting & Colour
    4. 4. STAR CAMER A BACK LIGHT KEY LIGHT FILLER LIGHT Three-point lighting
    5. 5. Other Basic Lighting Options STARCAMER A Under lighting Backlighting Top lighting
    6. 6. High and Low Key Lighting
    7. 7. Low-key Lighting Emphasises Shadows Usually used for effect
    8. 8. High-key Lighting Naturalistic Lighting But still designed
    9. 9. Look at the following stills… High or low key? Top, back or under lighting? What effect does lighting create?
    10. 10. The Third Man (1949) Reed
    11. 11. Apocalypse Now (1979) Coppola
    12. 12. Colour
    13. 13. Colour Palette The Matrix (1999) Wachowski Brothers Amelie (2001) Jeunet
    14. 14. Hero (2002) Yimou Z
    15. 15. Key Terms for lighting •Key •Low key •High-key •Back, top and under
    16. 16. Now, lets watch some film, and see how lighting and colour are designed impact of the audience’s reading of the text.
    17. 17. Film Noir & Chiaroscuro Lighting • Low Key Lighting – Creates a hard / sharp look with strong areas of contrast between light and dark – The faces of the actors lit in this way suggest a darker side to their personality – Have parts of the set casting shadows to create an air of fragmentation and mystery • Also enabled the use of cheap sets, as the lighting hide their faults
    18. 18. Sin City (2005) Miller / Rodriguez

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