Elements of Cinematic Expression
Lens - Optical and "Psychological" attributes
Color - Expressive attributes of Color Contrast
Exposure - Zone System of Exposure
Light Meters and Methods of Measurement (Incident, Reflected, Spot - When and Why)
18% Grey Card - Meaning and Zone System of Exposure (Film and Video)
Lighting Mood - Method of creating and the Elements of
Determination of the CAM ISO versus Lighting Mood
F-Stop as the Scene Canvas
Lighting Setup - Broad Versus Narrow - Mood Relevance
Lighting Style - Direction and the Quality of the Key Light
Ambiance - Backbone of any Lighting Mood
Lighting Contrast - Ambiance / Key Light
Advanced Lighting - Lighting from Previsualization with Light Meter
Zone System of Exposure - Dancing with Light
Dynamic Range of Zones of Exposure
Lighting for Suspense and Drama
Low Key Challenge - Static Low Key
Chiaroscuro - Creative Low Key Lighting
Night / Int - Candle Light - Mood
Night / Int - Table Light - Mood (Control of Detail of the In-Frame Highlight)
Low Key Challenge - Dynamic Low Key
Dynamic Low Key - Lighting for Actor's Movement
By the Award Cinematographer Janusz Sikora.
Lighting Mood and Lighting Style in Cinematic Expression.
Lighting from previsualization with Light Meter. Once lighting is accomplished, monitor is turned on and result compared with
that of mind image. Dancing with Light Technique guarantees exact match between both.
Relevance of technical choices in cinematic Expression. Directorial and Cinematography aspects of Cinematic Expression.
Lighting Style - Lighting Mood - Exposure - Lens Choice - Color Contrast
Workshop consists of Demonstration and intensive hands-on with Camera and Light.
Workshop available as an individual workshop upon date and time arrangement.
|"It's in this stone... I just need to bring it out" Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475 - 1564)
|Film Lighting Workshop - Cinematic Expression
Los Angeles 2019
| Workshop Dates: Mar 2019
Venue: Burbank California