Film Lighting 101 - 7499
Description: This beginner's workshop concentrates on general lighting theory covering different qualities of light and lighting styles, including high-key and low-key lighting, three-point lighting, colour temperature, gels and filters. Students will learn the key characteristics of light and be able to decode lighting scenarios in film and everyday life and learn how to recreate similar effects in their own films. Students will have the opportunity to practice several hands-on lighting set-ups, applying the general theories covered. Equipment used in this class is the same equipment available to members of the Hart House Film Board. Instructor: Chris North.
Film Board members can claim 50% of the cost of this class as an equipment credit when renting Film Board equipment. Offer expires 6 months from end date of class.
The deadline to withdraw from this class is 5 pm on September 27th. A $7 to $15 withdrawal fee applies.