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A how-to book on the art, craft and practice of lighting for film and video, ideal for both students and filmmakers.
A how-to book on the art, craft and practice of lighting for film & video for students and filmmakers.
David Landau has over thirty years of professional lighting experience working on feature films, TV shows, sit-coms, game shows, commercials, documentaries, industrial films, music videos and direct-to-consumer DVDs. Landau teaches lighting and cinematography at Fairleigh Dickinson University, US, where he also created the Cinematography track of study, but continues to work in the lighting industry, shooting low budget features and corporate videos, designing lights for theatre and working as one of the gaffers on the TV series Project Runway. A five-time Telly Award winner for lighting and cinematography, Landau is a member of IATSE Local 52, the University Film & Video Association and Media Communications Association International.
Contents Acknowledgements Introduction: No matter how good a camera, good lighting is what sells the picture Chapter 1: The Magic of Light - What lighting does for the image and what light is. Chapter 2: Who and What Makes Light- the lighting crew, lighting units, basic electricity Chapter 3: Lighting the Subject - motivated and three point lighting Chapter 4: Light the shot, not just the subject - three plains of lighting Chapter 5: Common Practical Lighting Set-ups - cross key, chicken coop, china ball, bathrooms Chapter 6: Lighting for Movement - subject & camera, ambient soft light Chapter 7: Dealing with Daylight 1: Shooting Exteriors Chapter 8: Dealing with Daylight 2: Working with windows Chapter 9: Night Light- lighting night exteriors & interiors Chapter 10: Working with Color - using color for mood, gels Chapter 11: Light the scene, not just the shot - High Key, Low Key, contrast ratios, exposure choice, Chiaroscuro lighting, Rembrandt, Butterfly lighting Chapter 12: Special Lighting Considerations & Effects- fire, water, rain, fog, lightening, poor man's process shot, green screen, product shots, etc Chapter 13: Lighting Non-fiction - Interview, Corporate, News Magazine, Documentary, Reality Chapter 14: Inspiration and Lighting Looks Appendix 1: Tales from the Trade - interviews with professional gaffers, LDs & Cinematographers Appendix 2: Resources - Apps, books, magazines, websites, etc. Glossary Index