In this video, Rush Hamden teaches how to light an action sequence where a gun or sword is present and why each instrument is needed. Topics include: key light, rim lights, flags, fill, spot, flood, barn doors, flashlights, and specials. Learn how to light a scene like an industry professional in this episode of Digital Cinema Training.
Chrome Object in Frame and Creative Gels (John Woo Tribute) (7:22) -- Rim Lights (3:38) -- Specials and the Key Light (3:37) -- Setting the Frame (2:57) -- HMI Light (2:29) -- Rim Light 1 (3:31) -- Rim Light 2 (3:22) -- Fill Light for the table Fill Light for Under an Actors Chin (4:06) -- Reflection on the Stool (2:18) -- Special on the Statue (2:34) -- Fly in the Fan (4:27) -- One more flag (3:08) -- Rolling (3:03) -- Still Rolling (2:46) -- Safety Understanding Each Light's Position (3:35) -- Smoke (2:15)
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